Productivity Under the New Normal: Latest Estimates and Interpretations of China’s Total Factor Productivity
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I shall begin this discussion on the productivity of the Chinese economy with what is called the “new normal.” Almost overnight, everyone is talking about the new normal, and some economists have even jokingly suggested that it be taken as an economics course in universities.
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