Tuesday, November 13, 2007

The limits of a smaller, poorer China  de  es  fr  nl  it  pt  sv

I n a little-noticed mid-summer announcement, the Asian Development Bank presented official survey results indicating China’s economy is smaller and poorer than established estimates say. The announcement cited the first authoritative measure of China’s size using purchasing power parity methods.

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Keywords: China, United states / Xinhua News Agency, Dalai Lama / chinese, beijing, taiwan, trade, percent, chen, safety, people

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