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The Chinese Economy After the Global Crisis

  • Liang-Xin Li
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Abstract

Since 2008, the global economy has been experiencing the deepest downturn in the post-World War II period, as the financial crisis rapidly spreads around the world. A large number of advanced economies have fallen into recession, and economies in the rest of the world have slowed abruptly. Global trade and financial flows are shrinking, while output and employment losses mount. Credit markets remain frozen as borrowers are engaged in a drawn-out deleveraging process and banks struggle to improve their financial health.

Keywords

Foreign Direct Investment Chinese Government Global Financial Crisis Foreign Exchange Market Chinese Economy 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Business SchoolHunan International Economics UniversityHunanChina

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