Comments on: Will China’s slowing growth lead to unrest? http://blogs.reuters.com/ian-bremmer/2013/07/19/will-chinas-slowing-growth-lead-to-unrest/ Fri, 05 Dec 2014 14:27:05 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: red.wang http://blogs.reuters.com/ian-bremmer/2013/07/19/will-chinas-slowing-growth-lead-to-unrest/#comment-1027 Fri, 29 Nov 2013 19:59:56 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/ian-bremmer/?p=823#comment-1027 It is very true what they said, that the current regime does not need anymore foreign interference. They have unintentionally created their own home-made ticking bomb. (a billion-lives worth ticking bomb.) How do you diffuse it? Can anyone expect an IRON-FIST transforms itself into a CARING-HAND over night … ??

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By: CWJ-OCH http://blogs.reuters.com/ian-bremmer/2013/07/19/will-chinas-slowing-growth-lead-to-unrest/#comment-701 Sat, 20 Jul 2013 17:20:28 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/ian-bremmer/?p=823#comment-701 The prospects for the ‘average Chinese’ are not that bright. While big city residents have higher GDP/capita, those cities are much more expensive. Income disparities are remarkably broad and could generate strife.

More importantly, China has not expanded its secondary education requirements so it could get caught in the ‘middle income trap’ that the other ‘Asian Tigers’ dedicated years and huge resources to overcome. By contrast, China produces about as many college graduates per years as the USA, but has a great difficulty finding adequate positions for them. And this is expected to continue until China’s economy can generate greater demand for the skills college is supposed to provide.

Perhaps China might wish to adopt a German-style apprenticeship program to boost skills, productivity and youth employment.

Coordinating these efforts with the urbanization drive will engage armies of bureaucrats, planners and builders. If China can methodically undertake those transitions, the people will probably remain grateful and respectful.

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By: Temujin http://blogs.reuters.com/ian-bremmer/2013/07/19/will-chinas-slowing-growth-lead-to-unrest/#comment-700 Sat, 20 Jul 2013 04:36:36 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/ian-bremmer/?p=823#comment-700 Will China’s slowing growth lead to unrest? the answer is yes! The external conflict coupling with internal unrest will bring down the china current regime easily. Scenario 1: The chinese provoke war with Japan, South Korea or one of ASEAN nations could spread throughout Asia which effect china dependence on energy, commonities, and trade through water ways will bring down china economy then unreleased chaos and anarchy within china. China has been playing with fires and could get burn very bad.

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