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Economía UNAM

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NAVARRETE, Jorge Eduardo. China: Motor or Brake of Global Growth?. Economía UNAM [online]. 2014, vol.11, n.32, pp.25-31. ISSN 1665-952X.

Perhaps more than any other, China's economic juncture is observed and discussed -quarter to quarter, month to month, even day to day. It's easy to understand why, being the world's second largest economy. But this uncommon interest not always allows a better understanding of China's contribution to global growth. This article discusses the juncture of China at the start of 2014, considering both the domestic factors- the economic goals and policy decisions of the Chinese government, which came to power last year -as the external environment- still dominated by the aftereffects of the Great Recession. It concludes that -through increasing imports and direct investment abroad- China will continue acting as one of the mayor tail-wind factors for world's economic activity, perhaps the most significant in the second half of the present decade: the flat teens.

Palabras llave : Global Outlook; Commercial Policy; Economic Integration.

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