With ever-growing changes in the global economic landscape as well as development pattern, China is evolving into a key role that affects the trend of economic development. In the meantime, China is carrying out various reform trials in aspects concerning CPC’s new ideas and strategies of country governance, the new normal of China’s economy, supply-side structural reform, Belt and Road Initiative. China is working with continuous efforts in making economic progress stay on a sound and sustained track.
From the perspective of economics, this book analyzes the factors of China's economic achievements from the viewpoint of a foreigner, conducts a deep-seated and multi-angle study towards the development index of China's economy and other economic powers in the world, and evaluates the new phenomena and important topics in China’s economy, as well as resolves advancement stages and development prospects of China's economic strategy deployment. This book is immune to Chinese inertial thinking to analyze the new development and new achievements of China’s economy. It has positive instructive significance for readers to deepen their understanding of China's economic reform and bolster their confidence in China's economic development.
John Ross, a senior fellow at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China, British scholar, former Director of Economic and Business Policy of London. He has long painstaking research of Chinese society for more than 30 years and has written over 200 articles on China's economy and its relationship with the world economy, publishing in four languages worldwide: Chinese, English, Spanish and Russian. He has more than 400,000 followers on Sina Weibo and is also a resident columnist for Sina Finance and Guancha Syndicate’s Opinion Leaders. His work The Great Chess Game? A New Perspective on China's Destiny has aroused strong repercussions among readers. In this book, he jumped out of the inertial thinking of Chinese, analyzed the great achievements of China’s economy from the perspective of a foreigner, and provided an objective and new interpretation for China’s economy.
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