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Introduction Michael G. Roskin Robert L. Cord James A. Medeiros Walter S. Jones Chapter 7 6th week September 9 class Political Culture. - ppt download", 2017).7)Chinese economic and social policies are fundamental both to the country and the wider PacificAsia. Currently, China represents 16% of global gross domestic product and is expected to rise to28% by 2030. For this reason, the way China deals with its challenges is vital to the wholeworld. Chinas economic model has served it well for the last 35 years however it can no longermeet China's needs. If china's will fail in its reform program the future of the global economy is
CHINA 6at chaos. For instance the communist party adopted a blueprint in November for the future at itsplenum; however, the task of its implementation is formidable. If the country fails in this reformit will critically weaken employment economic growth as well as average income growth;Hence, the reduction of Chinese contribution to the global economy("Political Science: AnIntroduction Michael G. Roskin Robert L. Cord James A. Medeiros Walter S. Jones Chapter 7 6th week September 9 class Political Culture. - ppt download", 2017).
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