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Syllabus of the Subject: Chinese Economy. International Trade of China.

  1. Chinese economy: The world's factory;
  2. Chinese Financial System;
  3. Chinese Industry and Services;
  4. Chinese Agriculture;
  5. International Trade of China;
  6. Buddhist, Confucian and Taoist Influence on China.

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The Subject “Chinese economy and foreign Trade” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

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  1. Credits of the Subject “The Chinese economy”: 1 ECTS Credits;
  2. Duration: one week.

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Chinese economy.

Chinese Economy.

  1. Chinese nominal GDP: 10,355,000 million dollars (the second in the world)
    1. Agriculture: 9.2% of the GDP;
    2. Industry: 42%;
    3. Services: 48.2%.
  2. Chinese GDP (purchasing power parity): 17,632,000 million (the first in the world);
  3. Average economic growth: 9%;
  4. Chinese Inflation: 2%;
  5. Since 1996, the People's Republic of China has led the world in steel, coal, cement, farm-use chemical fertilizer and television production;
  6. Of the Chinese companies ranking in the World's top 500, fifteen companies in the Mainland China were all state-owned;
  7. The Small and medium-sized companies and non-public companies have become the main job creators of the People's Republic of China (Asia);
  8. Private companies alone provided 50% of employment;
  9. 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 resource allocation;
  10. The total number of billionaires in the People's Republic of China has risen to the second place in the World, just behind the United States;
  11. The People's Republic of China has fundamentally created a financial system under the regulation and supervision of the Central Bank of China;
  12. In 1990 the People's Republic of China created stock exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen.

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Chinese Foreign Trade.

  1. Chinese exports of goods and services: 2,340,000 million dollars;
  2. The main exported products from China are manufactured goods, machinery, electronic products, textiles, steel and iron, medical equipment;
  3. The main Chinese export markets are the United States China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea;
  4. Chinese goods and services imports: 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;
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