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China Current Account: Structural Imbalances and Future Evolution Report

 

As the Chinese economy is becoming increasingly consumption-driven, demand for imported consumer goods and services has been on the rise.

During the 1st China International Import Expo (CIIE) in November 2018, Chinese president Xi Jinping announced that China will import USD 30tn of goods and USD 10tn of services within the next 15 years.

Although these figures sound astonishing, they are a perfect match for a super large economy with a population of 1.4bn and a middle class of nearly 400mn.

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Author: Mr Suyang Zhou (CEIC Data Research Analyst)

Publish Date: January 28th, 2019

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