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  • 1. Overview of China's Economic Growth Naixiang Feng School of International Studies University of Business and Economics Phone: 861064495551; Fax: 861064493201 August 17 , 2011 Email: [email_address] ; [email_address]
  • 2.
    • A PREVIEW
    • ◆ China Profile
    • ◆ China’s Economic Overview
    • ◆ China’s Five-year plan
    • ◆ Brief History of Chinese Economy
    • ◆ 1911-1949: Old China
    • ◆ 1949: PRC established, new China set up
    • ◆ 1950-1953: Korean War
    • ◆ 1958-1962: The Great Leap Forward Movement
    • (Three years’ National Disaster)
    • ◆ 1966-1976: the Cultural Revolution
    • ◆ 1978 : Deng’s Reform
    • ◆ The Chinese governmental and bureaucracy system
    • ◆ The Communist Party of China
    • ◆ Generations of New China’s Leadership
    • ◆ China’s Political Structure
    • ◆ Problems
    • ◆ Conclusion
  • 3. China Profile
    • World largest developing Country
      • ◆ population: over 1.3 billion (Mexico times 12)
      • ◆ 23 provinces (including Taiwan)
      • ◆ 4 Municipalities:
      • Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Chongqing
      • ◆ 5 Autonomous Regions:
      • Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia, Tibet, Ningxia and Guangxi
      • ◆ 2 Special Administration Area:
      • Hong Kong, Macao
  • 4. China Profile
    • 7 regions
      • Northeast ,
      • Northwest,
      • North China,
      • East China,
      • South China,
      • Middle China,
      • Southwest
    • Income Level: 4,283 GDP per capita in current dollar (2010),
    • Mexico ( $9,242)
    • about 56% residents living in rural area
    • Human development index: 0.663
    • (0.902-US) (0.750-Mexico)
    • Rank: 89th of 169 (2010), USA: 4th, Mexico: 56th
    • ( Source: http://hdr.undp.org/en/statistics / )
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  • 6. China Profile
    • Open-door Policy-----1978
    • Accession into WTO-----in Dec.2001
    • The special administrative regions
    • Hong Kong (1997)
    • Macao (1999)
  • 7. China Economic Overview
    • Population: 1.3 billion
    • GDP: $5.9 trillion (2010) ,2 nd largest economy
    • (Mexico $1 trillion , 14 th economy)
      • agriculture: 10.9%
      • industry: 48.6%
      • services: 40.5%
    • Labor force:
      • agriculture: 39.5%
      • industry: 27.2%
      • services: 33.2%
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  • 9. China Economic Overview
    • China’s GDP increased from $1.1 trillion to $1.6 trillion from 2000 to 2004, $3.43 trillion in 2007,$4.33 trillion in 2008, $4.9 trillion in 2009, $5.9 trillion in 2010
    • China's foreign-exchange reserves jumped more than $200 billion in 2004 to reach $609.9 billion, $1.5 trillion at the end of 2007, $1.94 trillion 2008, $2.8 trillion in 2010, $3.2 trillion on July, 2011
    • China has about $4.5 trillion (2010) in personal savings and a saving rate of close to 50%.
    • Source: National Bureau of Statistics of China
  • 10. China Economic Overview
    • The World Bank's Figures
    • China's new status is not surprising. China has been the world's leading producer of steel, copper, aluminum, cement, and coal for several years. As a consumer, China surpassed Japan as the globe's second largest importer of petroleum in 2005. In 2006, China surpassed Japan as the world's No. 2 auto market, with total sales of 7.2 million vehicles and production of 7.3 million. In 2009, China surpassed the United States as the World’s No.1 auto market, with total sale and production both over 13 million. In 2010, China’s car production and sales reached 18 million respectively.
  • 11. China Economic Overview
    • In 2006, the number of overseas tourists grew by 3.9% to 125 million, and foreign exchange earning increased by 15.9% to US$33.9 billion.
    • In the first nine months of 2007, the number of overseas tourist increased by 5.9% to 97.7 million and foreign exchange earning increased by 12.2% to 27.9 billion.
    • According to the World Tourism Organization, China remained the 4th most popular tourist-destination (behind France, Spain and the US) in the world in 2005.
  • 12. China’s Five-year plans
    • The 1st Five-Year Plan (1953-1957)
    • The 2nd Five-Year Plan (1958-1962)
    • The 3rd Five-Year Plan (1966-1970)
    • The 4th Five-Year Plan (1971-1975)
    • The 5th Five-Year Plan (1976-1980)
    • The 6th Five-Year Plan (1981-1985)
    • The 7th Five-Year Plan (1986-1990)
    • The 8th Five-Year Plan (1991-1995)
    • The 9th Five-Year Plan (1996-2000)
    • The 10th Five-Year Plan (2001-2005)
    • The 11th Five-Year Plan (2006-2010)
    • The 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015)
    • Source: http://sientechina.china.com.cn/english/features/guideline/156529.htm
  • 13. China’s Five-year plans
    • China, economically extremely backward before 1949, has become one of the world's major economic powers with the greatest potential, and the overall living standard has reached that of a fairly well-off society. In the 22 years following reform and opening-up in 1979 in particular, China's economy developed at an unprecedented rate, and that momentum has been held steady into the 21st century.
    • Despite the warning of overheated economy, China’s GDP growth was 11.2% in the last five-year plan (2006-2010)
  • 14. Brief History of Chinese Economy
    • When China launched Industrial Movement, Japan started its Meiji Restoration
    • In 1911, Qing Dynasty Collapsed, Foundation of Republic of China-ROC.
    • In 1919,after WWI, New Culture Movement ,May 4th Movement, Science and Democracy were introduced to China.
    • Afterward, Communism was introduced to China
  • 15. Brief History of Chinese Economy
    • Second round industrialization in 1920s-1930s by domestic private capital.
    • This process was suppressed by government-back capital and foreign capital and suspended by following 2 wars.
      • 1937-1945, WWII, Anti-Japanese Invasion War
      • 1946-1949, Liberalization war between national troops and communist troops (Civil War)
    • Foundation of PRC,1 October,1949
  • 16. 1949: PRC is established On October 1, 1949, in a grand ceremony witnessed by crowds of Beijing people in Tiananmen Square, Mao Tse-tung (Mao Zedong) , Chairman of the Central People's Government, solemnly proclaimed the founding of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
  • 17. Mao Tse-tung (Mao Zedong) (1893-1976)
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  • 19. National flag National emblem
  • 20. 1950—1953: The War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea In 1950, China intervened in the Korean War to save the North Koreans from being wiped off the map, and by 1953, the Korean War was over (actually, South Korea and North Korea are still technically at war with each other, even though the fighting stopped in 1953).
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  • 23. Brief History of Chinese Economy
    • Transit from market economy to central planning economy from 1950-1956
      • 6 years transition-socialistize
    • Maoist Economy (Planning Economy),1956-1978
    • Industrialization in 1950s
    • jeopardized Sino-USSR relationship from 1958
    • Great Leap-forward Movement in 1959
    • 3 year natural disaster 1959-1962
    • Culture revolution,1966-1976
    • Mao Zedong died in Sep.1976 and end of Mao era
  • 24. 1958—1962: The Great Leap Forward Movement In 1958, Mao, who was growing increasingly distant from Moscow, launched the Great Leap Forward . The idea was to mobilize the peasant masses to increase crop production by collectivizing the farms and use the excess labor to produce steel. What ended up happening was the greatest man-made famine in human history. From 1958 to 1960, poor planning and bad management managed to starve 30 million people to death. Officially, the government blamed it on "bad weather."
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  • 26. Brief History of Chinese Economy
    • The Cultural Revolution (1966-76) further altered the objectivity of historians. In the years after the death of Mao Zedong in 1976, however, interest grew within the party, and outside it as well, in restoring the integrity of historical inquiry.
    • This trend was consistent with the party's commitment to "seeking truth from facts."
    • As a result, historians and social scientists raised probing questions concerning the state of historiography in China.
    • Their investigations included not only historical study of traditional China but penetrating inquiries into modern Chinese history and the history of the Chinese Communist Party.
  • 27. 1966—1976: The Cultural Revolution In 1966, Mao launched the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. The origins of the Cultural Revolution are vague, but probably stem, in part, from a growing separation between Mao's clique and the rest of the CCP. Mao called upon students to rebel against authority, and they did, forming units of Red Guards. China promptly collapsed into anarchy. Schools shut down, offices closed, transportation was disrupted -- it was so bad that even today, the full history is still far from known.
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  • 32. In terms of the chaos, blood, and destruction, it was comparable to the French Revolution, though it lacked the same political impact. At one point, Red Guards were fighting pitched battles with Government troops outside of the Foreign Ministry building. Later on in the Cultural Revolution, Red Guard units ended up fighting each other for supremacy. In the summer of 1967, there were massive riots in both Hong Kong and Macau.
  • 33. Brief History of Chinese Economy
    • On one hand, Mao created a strong central government, ended China's foreign domination, and began a process of determined Soviet-style industrialization.
    • On the other hand, his revolutionary vision led to the death of millions (the two worst periods were the Great Leap Forward of 1958-1961 and the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution of 1966-1969), the destruction of traditional Chinese culture, and a new political culture of fear and extreme conformity
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    • Deng Xiaoping and “Opening up to the Outside World”
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    • Deng’s reform
    • In 1978, Deng Xiaoping created the Open Door Policy, and China began to open to the outside world. Tourism was allowed, students began to go overseas, special economic zones were established, and joint ventures with foreign firms were encouraged to bring in foreign technology, investment, managerial know-how, and market access.
    • He emphasized that state firms and government agencies should be led by those who had some expertise, not just by those who showed the proper revolutionary fervor.
    • He encouraged the elimination of the rural communes, and land was turned over to the rural household (for production and income, but not for real ownership). Agricultural productivity jumped dramatically, and free markets were created to sell food. A large surplus of rural workers began to pour into other economic activities.
  • 39. Progressive Opening
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        • Bohai Sea Economical Circle
        • Yangtze River Delta
        • Pearl River Delta
    Three Delta Regions
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    • Northeast China Revitalization
    West China Development 12 provinces participation
  • 42. The Chinese governmental and bureaucracy system
    • The key points are as follows:
    • The Chinese government has considerable powers.
    • The Chinese government also has great authority.
    • Good relationship with the government is a must to create a favourable business environment
  • 43. The Chinese governmental and bureaucracy system
    • THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CHINA
    • Political power in China has always resided firmly with the central government, and with the Chinese Communist Party.
    • This feature of the Chinese political system has remained fundamentally unaffected by the economic reforms. It is obviously still a one-party system, and it can be extremely repressive when the political authority of the Chinese Communist Party is challenged.
  • 44. The Chinese governmental and bureaucracy system
    • THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CHINA
    • Over 80 millions members
    • One-party system
    • 8 democratic parties who form a alliance with CPC
  • 45. The Chinese governmental and bureaucracy system
    • THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CHINA
    •  founded in 1 July 1921. First National Conference with13 representatives.
    •  established its army in 1 August 1927
    •  party branch at company level in Army in fall,1928
    •  Long March from 1935-1936 from Jiangxi to Shanxi, about 12500km
    •  Mao Zedong was appointed as leader in 1935
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    • THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CHINA
    •  1937-1945, Anti-Japan Invasion War  1945-1949,Civil War  PRC founded in 1 Oct,1949
    •  Command Economy since 1956
    •  1966-1976,Culture Revolution
    •  In 1976,Mao Zedong Died, Mr.Hua Guofeng succeeded
    •  In 1978,Deng Xiaoping initiated Reform and Open-door policy
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    • THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CHINA
    •  1989-2002, Jiang Zemin as General Secretary
    •  8 November 2002, 16 th national conference of CPC, Hu Jintao as General Secretary
    •  Xi jinping is now Vice President of China, and will succeed Hu in 2012
  • 48. Generations of leadership
    • Mao Zedong(1893-1976 )
    • Deng Xiaoping(1904-1997)
  • 49. Generations of leadership
    • Jiang Zemin (1926- ) Hu Jintao (1942- )
  • 50. Generations of leadership
    • Hu Jintao (1942) Xi Jinping (1953- ) Li Keqiang (1955- )
  • 51. The Chinese governmental and bureaucracy system
    • Bureaucracy has been a feature of China for millennia. The 1949 revolution brought some changes, mainly in the nature of education and the way in which bureaucrats were selected; the ideology changed, but the bureaucracy remained.
    • Bureaucracy can intervene in the business operation of FDI in different ways. And authority is used differently. Foreign investors need to work out in advance the interests of each participating (and possibly competing) branch of government.
  • 52. China’s Political Structure The Communist Party of China The Constitutional System The National People’s Congress Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) The State Council
  • 53. China’s Political Structure The Communist Party of China The People’s Congress Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) Local Government Secretary Chairman Governor Chairman
  • 54. China’s Political Structure
    • Precisely:
    • --- provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the Central Government
    • ---cities with districts and autonomous prefectures
    • ---counties, autonomous counties and cities
    • ---townships, ethnic townships and towns.
  • 55. Ethical Problems
    • Corruptions
    • Intellectual property rights violation
    • Pollution of the environment
    • Contaminated food and stuffs
      • Contaminated Baby Milk Powder (Melamine)
      • Injecting water into meat to increase its weigh
      • Toys
  • 56. Other Problems
    • Growing Income Inequality (the Gini coefficient has reached 0.5 in China, overtaking the recognized warning level of 0.4)
    • The three disparities in China
    • 1. Coastal region and hinterland
    • 2. the rich and the poor
    • 3. the urban and the countryside.
    • Housing Price
    • Social Security. Rapid ageing of the populations will mean pay as you go pension schemes will become unsustainable
    • Education
  • 57. Conclusion
    • The economic reform since 1978 is a great success.
    • The prospects for continued rapid growth of the Chinese economy are excellent.
    • The political situation is stable with successful power transition.
    • China’s standing in the world is getting big.
    • The problems are under the control of the Chinese government.
    • Yet China has a long way to go to become real economic powerful country in terms of per capita income.
  • 58.
    • Thank you for your attention.
    • Questions?