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China and the Global Financial Crisis: Implications for Low-income Countries

Published on 2 March 2009

How the financial crisis affects China has implications that extend well beyond its domestic economy. As the world’s third largest economy, China’s ability to maintain growth and restructure its domestic economy is critical for addressing global macroeconomic imbalances. How the financial crisis affects China will also affect many low-income economies, whose recent growth has in part been stimulated by China’s demand for commodities and intermediate inputs, and its expanding overseas investments.

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Jing Gu

Research Fellow, Centre Director

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published by
IDS
authors
Cook, S. and Gu, J.
editors
Neil McCulloch, Anna Schmidt and Andy Summer
journal
IDS In Focus Policy Briefing, volume 7, issue 6

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