By Angang Hu, Yilong Yan, Xing Wei
A nice country has an excellent dream; an outstanding state has a superb dream. China’s dream is to construct a society of universal prosperity and an international during which everybody stay jointly in peace and harmony.
This e-book offers predictions as much as 2030 in regards to the destiny significant advancements and tendencies of either China and the realm more often than not from a ancient and around the world point of view. This ebook spells out the desires of all mankind within the pursuit of universal prosperity. It additionally bargains China’s imaginative and prescient and standpoint to the realm, in addition to chinese language students’ standpoint on and world wide imaginative and prescient for the future.
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At the same time, agricultural laborers will move to non-agricultural employment. The steady drop in agricultural labor is also favorable for raising labor productivity. We estimate that by 2015, China’s agricultural labor may be reduced to approximately 250 million, and then further 150 million by 2030. The non-agricultural labor force is expected to grow by 2–3% a year on average. 8 As there is still a large gap to bridge with regard to reaching the technology levels 6 Wang Xiaolu and others have predicted the rate to be more than 13% (see Wang Xiaolu et al.
These ﬁve major engines are interactive, mutually reinforcing and in demand, and mutually promote each other. It is likely that there are no other highly industrialized and modernized regions in the world that have these ﬁve engines; for example, the United States, the EU and Japan typically only have one or two economic growth engines. Thus, we believe that the presence of these ﬁve engines provides strong conﬁdence for China’s long-term economic growth in the future. 2). The ﬁrst is the exchange rate method or market exchange rate.
The prophetic powers of Mao Zedong have been repeatedly proven by history. When Mao made these comments he was not aware of GDP; he was referring to China’s steel output. 853 million tons). However, by 1993, China had overtaken the United States (Japanese Society for the Study of National Conditions 2011). 96 million tons, which was seven A. 1007/978-3-642-31328-8_4, © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2014 43 44 4 World Economic Power times greater. If compared in GDP terms, China overtook Japan in 2010, ranking second in the world (Ma Jiantang 2011).
China 2030 by Angang Hu, Yilong Yan, Xing Wei