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HSC Economics China Case Study Essay

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This is a case study on China that received 19.5/20 in the actual HSC exam. I received a mark of 95 for HSC Economics.

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Economy Economy of China Poverty in China Special Economic Zones of China Poverty reduction Foreign direct investment Income inequality in China Chinese financial system
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Economy Economy of China Poverty in China Special Economic Zones of China Poverty reduction Foreign direct investment Income inequality in China Chinese financial system
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In an effort to capture the benefits of globalisation, then Chinese Chairman Deng Xiaoping implemented a range of radical reforms, which began with China’s shift from a centrally planned Marxist economy to a socialist market economy. Consequently, China has been the fastest growing economy in the world for the past three decades, with unprecedented increases in both economic growth and development. However, new issues of environmental degradation and disparities in income distribution have transpired as a result, and it is imperative for China to address these issues if it is to sustain its prosperity and ultimately, quality of life. Economic growth refers to an increase in a country’s productive capacity – the volume of goods and services produced o...
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