How China’s economy is growing and how it is changing

The economic performance of China’s booming economy is showing signs of slowing.

Here are the key takeaways from our economic forecast from our research team.

We expect the economy to expand by 7.7% in 2017.

This is the fastest growth in three years.

The government plans to keep on expanding the economy for another six years.

But the economy is slowing down because of a combination of slowing population growth, low investment and the lack of investment in infrastructure.

In addition, China is in the process of reforming its labour market to allow more people to take jobs.

There are also risks associated with the country’s current rapid rate of economic growth.

The Chinese economy is now experiencing what is termed “excessive demand”, as many companies are hiring too quickly, creating demand for debt and allowing some of the biggest companies to grow at unsustainable rates.

China’s manufacturing sector has been on a tear since 2016, which has led to rising labour costs and an unprecedented level of debt.

China is also facing pressure to rein in its debt, as China has taken on large debts and has to balance its budget each year.

It is estimated that China has a debt of $20 trillion.

The economy is forecast to grow by 7% in 2020, 7% by 2021, and 8% in 2022.

It will be the fastest expansion in three decades.

It was forecast to increase by 3.3% in 2024.

The country’s GDP is expected to grow 5.5% in 2021 and 7.5%.

In 2025, the country will be in a position to grow 6.6% and 7% respectively.

China will need to invest more to keep up with the world economy and meet the needs of its rapidly growing population.

In 2030, China’s GDP will be 3.9% higher than it was in 2020.

The nation will grow by 4.4% in 2030 and 5.6%.

The government is also trying to tackle the countrys ageing population, which will lead to a faster pace of growth.

But in order to keep pace with China’s population growth and improve the economy, it is necessary to reduce spending.

It has to lower spending and to lower tax rates, especially on consumption.

China has been slow to reduce taxes, especially the corporate tax rate, which currently stands at 30%.

The tax burden on businesses is expected not to fall in 2020 and 2021.

The tax rate on corporate profits is set to drop to 25% from 35%.

China will also be facing pressure from international companies to invest in infrastructure and in education and health care.

China may have the lowest rate of infrastructure investment in the world, at just 2.7%.

But it is expected that the country may be able to attract investment from foreign companies and countries if it is able to lower the cost of doing business and improve its quality of life.

China plans to have a new “golden age” of growth that will last for decades.

But this will take time, and it is important that the government has a plan for achieving this.

China wants to create a “Golden Age of Growth” to help the economy grow quickly.

The GDP growth rate will slow in 2020 to 7.9%, as the economy slows down due to the slowdown in the population.

The slowdown in population growth will slow down the GDP growth.

This will lead China to grow slower in 2021, but it will still be the second fastest growing economy in the developing world.

The economic slowdown will not be felt for a few more years, as the Chinese economy will be able have a solid recovery.

In 2025 the economy will grow 7.2% and 6.7%, and the government expects growth to continue at this pace in the following two years.

China can reach its “goldens age” in 2025.

It would then have a very solid economy, and would be able expand faster than any other country in the developed world.

This would be good for China’s foreign investment and help China achieve its “One Belt One Road” (OBOR) and “One Road” strategy to achieve a “One World Economy” and achieve rapid economic growth and development.

It can be good to see the economic growth coming down as the population increases.

However, China has the highest population growth in the region.

The population is expected be around 3 billion by 2030.

The number of people living in China has increased by nearly 30 million over the past five years.

There will be a rapid growth of the Chinese population in 2025, which is expected in China to reach 7.4 billion people.

The next five years will be key for China.

China needs to build up its infrastructure and to reduce its reliance on foreign investment to boost its economy.

This can only be achieved through the implementation of policies that are focused on supporting domestic industries.

China must also reduce its dependence on foreign debt.

The financial sector has grown rapidly over the last five years, especially in China.

This financial sector is the source of more than 80% of Chinas GDP.

It needs to