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Outlook for China’s Industrialization

  • Qunhui HuangEmail author
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Part of the Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development Path book series (RSCDCDP)

Abstract

With a glorious past, will China’s industrialization surely hold a bright prospect? In line with the speed of industrialization during the “10th Five-Year Plan” period, we predicted that China will have basically realized industrialization around 2020 if it can maintain the speed of industrialization of the “10th Five-Year Plan” period. However, in view of a gradual slowdown in its industrialization process, we predict that China will probably realize industrialization during 2025–2030 if it can largely maintain the current growth momentum.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Industrial EconomicsChinese Academy of Social SciencesBeijingChina

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