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    • The export advantages of China
      Data collected mainly in 2010
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
      I. AN
      INTRODUCTION OF
      CHINA
      ADVANTAGES OF
      II. THE EXPORT
      REMAINED DISADVANTAGES OF
      III. CURRENT WORLD
    • AN
      INTRO
      DUCTION
      OF
      1
      CHINA
      .
    • 1.1. The PoliticofChina
    • …IS LED BY THE COMMUNIST OF PARTY OF CHINA
      FOLLOWING THE FRAMEWORK OF SINGLE – PARTY SOCIALIST OF REPUBLIC
    • AND…
    • 8
      NON – COMMUNIST PARTIES to support CPC
    • TO
      COEXIST OVER A LONG PERIOD OF TIME
      ENGAGE IN MUTUAL SUPERVISION
      SHOW UTTER DEVOTION TO EACH OTHER
      SHARE HONOR AND DISGRACE
      SHARE WEAL AND WOE
      WITH CPC
    • China’s autonomous regions
    • 1.2. THE
      ECONOMYOFCHINA
    • SINCE 1970s
      CHANGE
      From closed economy…
    • SINCE 1970s
      CHANGE
      FROM COLECTIVIZED AGRICULTURE…
    • SINCE 1970s
      CHANGE
      …TO ORIENTED ECONOMY
    • SINCE 1970s
      CHANGE
      …TO liberalization of prices
      …TO autonomy for state enterprises
      …TO creation of a diversified banking system
      …TO development of stock market
      …TO rapid growth of the private sector
      …TO opening to foreign trade and investment.
    • RURALPOVERTY
      FROM 30.7% (1978) TO 1.6% (2007)
    • URBAN POVERTY
      FROM 31.5%(1990) TO 10.4% (2005)
    • GDP (composition by sector) (2008 est.)
    • GDP (PURCHASING POWER PARITY)
      Trillion USD
      (Country comparison to the world : 3)
    • GDP (PER CAPITA)
      USD
      (Country comparison to the world : 127)
    • …HOWEVER…
    • …ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GETS CHALLENGES
    • CHALLENGES
      rural laborers and their dependants relocated to urban areas to find work.
    • CHALLENGES
      One-child policy  aging country
    • CHALLENGES
      Deterioration in the environment
    • Import and Export of China
    • CHINA EXPORT MARKET
    • THEDEMOGRAPHICSOFCHINA
    • URBAN AND RURAL RATIO
    • LABOR FORCE
      819.5 million (2010)
    • Labor force - by occupation
    • One-child policy
      SINCE 1979
      25% of China’s population would be age 65 or older by the year 2040
    • Currenteconomicpositionof China
    • 2010
      SECOND
      world largest economy
      Ranking in GDP
      United States: $14.66 trillion USD
      China: $5.88 trillion USD
      Japan: $5.47 trillion USD
    • also the largest exporter and second largest importer of goods in the world
    • 2.
      THE EXPORT ADVANTAGES OF CHINA
    • Before…
    • misallocation of resources and wasted money since investment all came from the government
    • WHY AFRICA
      exploring opportunities in international markets, especially in areas rich in natural resources
    • WHAT WAS ACHIEVED?
      The trade and investment in Africa are becoming factors supporting China’s economic engine
    • $50
      BILLION IN 2015
      UP TO 70% COMPARED TO 2009
    • IN THE
      LONG TERM
      the East African coast becomes important for naval strategy and the security of China
    • ALSO
      openly discussed the possibility of Chinese military set up bases overseas and sea power of thought is emerging in China's plans.
    • WHAT ARE THE SHORT-COMING
      China has provided Africa many loans valued billions of dollars with little constraint conditions
    • HOW HAS THE DOMINANT POSITION IN AFRICA HELPED?
      Strengthened presence in Africa contribute to Beijing’s position on the international stage.
    • China’s strategic investment in Southeast Asia
    • LAOS
      investment in hydropower is considered a strategic focus
    • CAMBODIA
      Economic cooperation bilateral trade Transport
      Mining and oil and gas exploration
      seabed oil and gas
    • EAST SEA
      Liu Jianchao said at the news conference in Manila that China, Vietnam and the Philippines had a good start in the project joint seismic survey, a three-party cooperation project on the East Coast.
    • In sum, the advantages of China is created mainly by its POLITICS
      Single-party framework under the CPC
      Foreign investors do not consider the autonomous regions as a trouble
      Good relationship with Hong Kong and Macau helps in export
    • RMB MONETARY POLICY
    • IN POST – 1990
      Chinese monetary policy is modeled with a McCallum type rule
    • JULY 14, 2008
    • AUGUST 24, 2009
    • MONETARY TOOLS
    • 3.
      Current world remaineddisadvantages
    • the ratio of exports to Russia and Brazil have declined substantially. In addition, exports from China to South Korea, Ukraine, Canada and Hong Kong also declined
    • The export model with the expansive method to obtain a large number of quantities mainly has not changed
    • The technological product export field following the concentration way of Chinese enterprises is quite "slow
    • The export of high quality products of new industry and infrastructure construction industry have not appeared the breakthrough
    • Obstacles of Trade Protectionism for bringing goods into world market are increasing.
    • its advantage of a young labor force will not last longer if there is no any adjustment to the present process of reducing fertility.
    • How come a country with the economy standing at the 2nd position of the world has the statistics reflecting of a low living standard of its citizens
    • REFERENCES