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China still rules the world

There have been doubts whether China will maintain its supporting power to the world’s economy. This role is fueled by two forces, the internal growth of the local market and the export of goods and services to third countries. As for the first one, it seemed that China was at least partly supported by a supply driven economy. Growth means consuming, and…

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China still rules the world

There have been doubts whether China will maintain its supporting power to the world’s economy. This role is fueled by two forces, the internal growth of the local market and the export of goods and services to third countries. As for the first one, it seemed that China was at least partly supported by a supply driven economy. Growth means consuming, and…

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China still rules the world

There have been doubts whether China will maintain its supporting power to the world’s economy. This role is fueled by two forces, the internal growth of the local market and the export of goods and services to third countries. As for the first one, it seemed that China was at least partly supported by a supply driven economy. Growth means consuming, and…

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