Chinese Economy and foreign trade

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Sub-subject: Chinese Economy. International Trade of China. Syllabus:

  1. Chinese economy: the world's factory
  2. Financial system of China
  3. Industry and services.
  4. Agriculture.
  5. International Trade of China
  6. Buddhist, Confucian and Taoist influence in China
Sub-subject “Chinese economy and foreign Trade” is studied…
  1. Masters: International Business (MIB), Asia, Pacific, and BRICS Countries
  2. Course Business in China
  3. Doctorate DIB Asia


Languages of study: En or Es China Fr China Pt China

  1. Credits of the sub-subject “Chinese economy”: 1 ECTS/1.5 AC Credits
  2. Duration: one week

Master in International Business for Chinese students

Sample of the Sub-subject: Chinese economy:
Doing Business China

Sub-Subject Description (Chinese economy):

Chinese Economy.

  1. China's nominal GDP: 10,355,000 million dollars (the second in the world)
    1. Agriculture: 9.2% of GDP
    2. Industry: 42%
    3. Services: 48.2%
  2. Chinese GDP (purchasing power parity): 17,632,000 million (the first in the world)
  3. The average economic growth: 9%.
  4. The inflation: 2%

Since 1996, the People's Republic of China has led the world in the production of steel, coal, cement, farm-use chemical fertilizer and television.

Of the Chinese companies ranking in the World's top 500, fifteen companies in the mainland of the People's Republic of China were all state-owned.

Small and medium-sized companies and non-public companies have become main job creators of the People's Republic of China (Asia).

The private companies alone provided 50% of employment of the entire society.

A socialist market economic system has now taken form in the People's Republic of China, and the basic position played by the market has been improved in the sphere of resource allocation.

The total number of billionaires in the People's Republic of China has risen to second place in the World, just behind the United States.

The People's Republic of China has fundamentally created a financial system under the regulation and supervision of the central Bank of China.

In 1990 the People's Republic of China created stock exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen.

Chinese Foreign Trade.

  1. China exports of goods and services: 2,340,000 million dollars
  2. The main products exported from China are manufactured goods, machinery, electronic products, textiles, steel and iron, medical equipment
  3. The main export markets are the United States China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea
  4. China imports of goods and services: 1,960,000 million dollars
  5. The main products imported from China are fuels, minerals, plastics, chemicals
  6. The main suppliers of China are Korea, Japan, Taiwan, the United States, Australia

Business Shanghai China

Siemens in Shanghai China

China Galanz Group

Africa-China Trade

China-Costa Rica Agreement

ASEAN Plus 3 - ASEAN-China Free Trade Area - European Union-China

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