Comments on: The China files, Part 1: How fast can China grow? http://blogs.reuters.com/breakingviews/2011/05/09/the-china-files-part-1-how-fast-can-china-grow/ Mon, 26 Sep 2016 03:26:00 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: neuiaw http://blogs.reuters.com/breakingviews/2011/05/09/the-china-files-part-1-how-fast-can-china-grow/comment-page-1/#comment-9758 Fri, 29 Jun 2012 10:20:27 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/columns/?p=5922#comment-9758 The emphasis on the domestic consumption sector in promoting economic growth, via local government spending, infrastructure support , including transport,tourism,and health and old age pension spending,tackling people’s livelihood issues will be another big engine of growth reinforcing the export dependent strategy. I am not surprised when the former Vice-President of the World Bank, returning to Peking University to teach, is reported to have said that China can grow at 8% pa for the next 20 years.

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By: miumiuoo http://blogs.reuters.com/breakingviews/2011/05/09/the-china-files-part-1-how-fast-can-china-grow/comment-page-1/#comment-8680 Fri, 02 Dec 2011 09:18:16 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/columns/?p=5922#comment-8680 China has high growth in last 3 decades.At the same time,800 millions people have lifted out of poverty.
Now,china is still a developing country.500 millions people will migrate to city in next 20 years,that is,labors is not a problem.

We don’t care whether you like us.We all believe that China will keep growth in a long time.

Well,One day in the future,Chine will fall.Like every other countries.So what?

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By: NukeAware http://blogs.reuters.com/breakingviews/2011/05/09/the-china-files-part-1-how-fast-can-china-grow/comment-page-1/#comment-8487 Thu, 15 Sep 2011 04:28:20 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/columns/?p=5922#comment-8487 There are many schools of thoughts in the West predicting the failure of the “China model”.

But what good would it be to the world if China fails. There is a cartoon in the MAD magazine in the late 50s depicting two well-fed Americans talking, expressing their fear of the starving Chinese coming over to grab their foods. China is now a galaxy away from such poverty, yet many people in the West wants her to fail. Many people in the West are just being paranoid and have misunderstood China completely. Their views shows an undertone of racism beneath pure jealousy.

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By: Jzyehoshua http://blogs.reuters.com/breakingviews/2011/05/09/the-china-files-part-1-how-fast-can-china-grow/comment-page-1/#comment-7392 Wed, 11 May 2011 17:38:59 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/columns/?p=5922#comment-7392 China has essentially been parasiting off of Democratic countries, by using a low minimum wage coupled with free trade negotiations. This allows it to utilize a zero minimum wage that will attract foreign investment interested in cheap labor. As such, it has become the world’s manufacturing hub, churning out tons of “Made in China” products as fast as its slave-wage impoverished lower caste can produce it.

As other countries and interest groups come to recognize this however, there will be an outcry against the trade barriers and eventually, perhaps also China’s low minimum wage. Similarly, the low minimum wage may be protested by China’s own workers, the way those in other countries are revolting against the fascist regimes controlling all of their wealth. However, China strictly controls its media and ruthlessly stamps out opposition, so it is questionable whether such movements can be successful within the country.

China also uses its computer hackers, as well as the more traditional spies, to conduct technological espionage, stealing trade secrets from the U.S. It has developed technology far faster than it would have otherwise due to these tactics, which have been recently in the news. So far, it has yet to get really called out on this.

I would say China’s growth will continue only so long as countries like the U.S do not call it out on them, or stop dealings with China.

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By: FirstAdvisor http://blogs.reuters.com/breakingviews/2011/05/09/the-china-files-part-1-how-fast-can-china-grow/comment-page-1/#comment-7346 Tue, 10 May 2011 05:29:17 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/columns/?p=5922#comment-7346 Remembering the exact number is tough, but I estimate that over the past 25 years, I’ve read about 25 private and public reports every year arguing that China’s high rate of growth can’t possible continue, about one report every two weeks. That’s a rough total of 625 reports, all saying the same thing, using the same tired old arguments, still beating that dead horse for 25 long years. What all of them really say is, ‘I’m afraid, and I hate the people who make me afraid.’ Frankly, I really don’t give a damn.

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By: Eideard http://blogs.reuters.com/breakingviews/2011/05/09/the-china-files-part-1-how-fast-can-china-grow/comment-page-1/#comment-7344 Tue, 10 May 2011 04:28:46 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/columns/?p=5922#comment-7344 Either Dixon hasn’t read the latest 5-year-plan or articles by China’s leading economists – or he’s playing to the Bears and baloney artists of Wall Street and the Beltway. Because the folks I referenced have been proposing a slower rate of growth for a while now – for sound economic and social reasons.

So, why be the Howard Cosell of business journalism? Why restate the obvious as if it is a discovery? Forgive my cynicism; but, first usual first conclusion is that someone writing crap like this has an ideological commitment to redirecting understanding between nations involved in commerce – suit political goals.

I’m not especially familiar with Dixon – but, where he has worked and works, what political analyses and strategies characterize those “points of light” are pretty consistent. He hasn’t changed what he works for – or who.

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By: deerecub1977 http://blogs.reuters.com/breakingviews/2011/05/09/the-china-files-part-1-how-fast-can-china-grow/comment-page-1/#comment-7340 Mon, 09 May 2011 23:23:35 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/columns/?p=5922#comment-7340 The question should be .When will China fall.

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By: edwardsteve http://blogs.reuters.com/breakingviews/2011/05/09/the-china-files-part-1-how-fast-can-china-grow/comment-page-1/#comment-7334 Mon, 09 May 2011 16:21:20 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/columns/?p=5922#comment-7334 Th best part of China they can catch up every sector through their products. Let’s see how do they grow and how much it take to accomplish smoothly?

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