Despite the impressively massive growth of China’s economy over the last few years, it is becoming evident that progress is slowing. How did China grow so quickly in the first place? Investments in education, agriculture, exportation, and trade tariff reductions all played a role. There were, however, consequences of such rapid growth. The following infographic outlines some of those consequences, provides additional details about how the China’s economy grew so fast, and forecasts the economic future of the country.
As we in the West pile up the debt and print money, across the world, China has freed her enormous gold investment market and is sucking up all the world’s physical gold bars. Why is China doing this? Simple – to usurp the US dollar and American financial power.
While the rapid growth of the Chinese economy is becoming the envy of the world, its military power has lagged behind. But Chinese leaders want that to change by increasing spending and firepower. In this infographic by Military Education, learn how China is devoting more and more of its wealth to military spending, which has doubled in less than a decade.
In this infographic from GO-Globe.com, you will learn more about latest e-commerce statistics and trends of China, the country with highest online population.
These giants boast the world’s largest economies and active militaries and their decisions influence politics at a global level. Despite a massive trade agreement and many diplomatic meetings, the two nations struggle to maintain the semblance of a civil relationship. As pressure mounts from U.S. leaders, China remains unfazed, coolly growing its military and economy.
The Clean Revolution has launched the game-changing report entitled “Consensus and Cooperation for a Clean Revolution: China and global sustainable development,” which looks at how China can tackle the global financial crisis by growing its low carbon economy. The following infographic provides a simple snapshot of the report.
Summer is right around the corner, and that means summer vacation for kids and adults. Have you made your travel plans yet? If not, the currency exchange pros at Travelex might have some ideas for you. They put together this infographic on how the world spends their vacations; how many people travel, where they go, how they get there and for how long.
The Canton Fair has been held bi-annually in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou since 1957, and in this time it has grown to phenomenal heights, following the trajectory of the Chinese economy itself. This infographic, published by China Performance Group, shows just how big the fair has grown in the time since its inception giving you an idea of how to prepare.