An Analysis Of Emerging China'S Economy

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 Diversified nature of the economy 
 Huge English speaking population, availability of skilled manpower 
 Stable economy, does not get affected by external changes 
 Extensive higher education system, third largest reservoir of engineers 
 High growth rate of economy 
 Rapid growth of IT and BPO sector bringing valuable foreign exchange 
 Abundance of natural resources 
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  • Factor Endowment Analysis of an Emerging Industry of Bangladesh

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  • Green Barrier to China's Export

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  • China’s Exchange Rate Regime and Its Effects on the U.S. Economy

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  • Emerging Economies

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  • Green Barrier to China's Export

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  • An Analysis of Emerging China’s Economy Research in World Economy Vol. 2, No. 2; October 2011 An Analysis of Emerging China’s Economy and its Influence on World Economy Zhijun Sheng (Corresponding author) School of Economics and Management, Changchun University of Science and Technology Changchun 130022, China Tel: +86-135-0445-7191 Email: Jing Ma School of Economics and Management, Changchun University of Science and Technology Changchun 130022, China Email: majingdoll@hotmail

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