Adjusting the Investment Structure for New Industrialization

  • Xinli ZhengEmail author


China has maintained steady yet rapid economic growth for 12 consecutive years. Since 2003, however, too much investment in some industries has created a number of problems including shortages of energy, raw materials, and transport capacity, as well as price increases, which could have an adverse effect on economic growth. As a result, adjusting the investment structure for a new of industrialization has become fundamental to resolving the pressing conflict in the current economy and preventing radical economic changes.

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© The Commercial Press, Ltd. and Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2018

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.China Center for International Economic ExchangesBeijingChina

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