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[Situated on the eastern Asian continent and west coast of the Pacific Ocean, China has a land area of about 9.6 million square kilometers, land border of 22,800 km, a sea area of 4.73 million square kilometers, and a coastline of about 18,000 km. At the end of 2014, China had a total population...
[The global economy is still undergoing profound changes. Recovery is sluggish and downward pressure is strong. Reform and innovation remains a difficult challenge. Developed economies have maintained a mild momentum for recovery while most emerging markets are faced with a serious economic...
[During the 12th five-year plan period (2011–2015), China stood up to test of serious domestic and international challenges. Internationally, demand kept falling, economic growth was sluggish, and countries sought to create new sources of growth and make technological breakthroughs while further...
[During the 12th five-year plan period (2011–2015), China entered into the new normal in economic development and experienced increasing difficulty in simultaneously dealing with the slowdown in economic growth, making difficult structural adjustments, and absorbing the effects of previous...
[Since the 2008 financial crisis, profound changes have occurred both domestically and on the international level. As globalization continues and the pace of industrial restructuring continues to pick up steam, key questions that have emerged are: how do we deal with such a challenging domestic...
[According to Michael Porter’s concept of national competitiveness, the state of economic development within a nation as well as the country’s international competitiveness is determined not only by domestic macro factors but also by micro factors like the business situation within the country....
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