Tuesday, March 9, 2010

320) China's Economic Imbalance - Stratfor, Global Intelligence

China's Economic Imbalance
Stratfor, Global Intelligence

China’s leadership is walking a tightrope, attempting to balance unsustainable economic growth against potential political unrest. Beijing has managed to stave off a major crisis through repeated stopgap measures, but how long can it continue?

Key Analysis
* Dissecting the ‘Chinese Miracle’
* The Shanwei Shootings and China’s Situation
* China: Riding the Rural Tiger
* Chinese Unions as Beijing’s Tool
* The Enduring Allure of China
* New Credit for Rural Development

China: Facing 'Hostile Forces' and Economic Stress
March 9, 2009 1720 GMT
China is tightening security ahead of anniversaries that could invite unrest in 2009, but instability brought on by economic woes could be Beijing's biggest worry. [more]

China: Economic Slowdown and the National People's Congress

March 5, 2009 1647 GMT

Internal Divisions and the Chinese Stimulus Plan
February 23, 2009 2006 GMT

Related Special Topic Pages
* China’s Involvement in Africa
* U.S.-China Economic Relations
* China’s Military
* Central Asian Energy: Circumventing Russia

External Links
* Economic maps of China
* International Monetary Fund page on China
* China Bureau of Statistics
* World Bank: Quick China Facts
* Chinese income disparity map (2005)
* Chinese GDP growth 1952-2006

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