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Forces Driving China's Economic Growth in 2012

Forces Driving China's Economic Growth in 2012

New thoughts, new strategies, new initiatives   In this article, Edwin Fung, Chairman of KPMG's Global China Practice (GCP) and Yali Peng, Director of Research for GCP, explore four driving forces behind China’s economic growth in 2012 and beyond - rebalancing the economy, globalisation, sustainable growth and new technologies.

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Forces Driving China's Economic Growth in 2012

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I. China needs to balance its economic growth model

II. Transformation and the accumulation of strength both require globalisation

III. Companies must implement sustainable development strategies

IV. Enterprises must be at the forefront of new technology

 

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