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The Asian economy
The economy of China
 2010:
- internal market
 Wages
 Standard of living
 Mid 2010:
- Second largest economy
The economy of Japan
 1980:
- Japan’s economy: overheated
 1990:
- economic growth remained slow
 2008:
- lowest intere...
China
 Export
 Foreign-exchange reserves
 Trade surplus: $16.9 billion
 Record: $2.65 trillion
 Inflation
 Interest rate
- encourage savers
- help tackle the inflation
- people feel safe
- prevent from taking out their money
- ...
Japan
 Deflation
 Industrial output
 Falling prices
 Import prices
 Interest rates
Conclusion
 Japan:
- deflation
- delay their spending
- the export
 China:
- inflation
- save
Thank you for listening!
Evelien Van Kerckhove
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  1. 1. The Asian economy
  2. 2. The economy of China  2010: - internal market  Wages  Standard of living  Mid 2010: - Second largest economy
  3. 3. The economy of Japan  1980: - Japan’s economy: overheated  1990: - economic growth remained slow  2008: - lowest interest rate - deflation
  4. 4. China  Export  Foreign-exchange reserves  Trade surplus: $16.9 billion  Record: $2.65 trillion  Inflation
  5. 5.  Interest rate - encourage savers - help tackle the inflation - people feel safe - prevent from taking out their money - promote economic rebalancing
  6. 6. Japan  Deflation  Industrial output  Falling prices  Import prices  Interest rates
  7. 7. Conclusion  Japan: - deflation - delay their spending - the export  China: - inflation - save
  8. 8. Thank you for listening! Evelien Van Kerckhove
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