China’s Urbanization and the World Economy

China’s Urbanization and the World Economy

Fan Zhang

This innovative book places China’s urbanization within a broader global context, including a detailed estimate of China’s total domestic market and its impact on the world economy.

Chapter 10: Overall estimates and assumptions

Fan Zhang

Subjects: asian studies, asian geography, asian urban and regional studies, economics and finance, international economics, urban economics, law - academic, asian law, urban and regional studies, urban economics


China's impact on the world economy depends on the development within China. Further progress in China's urbanization depends on fundamental political, economic and social reforms. Given the current openness of the Chinese economy, China's urbanization is also affected by the situation of the world economy.

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