Shaking the World? China and the World Economy
This publication discusses whether a resurgent China will reshape the international economic environment. It focuses on three dimensions of China’s current interaction with the world economy; namely on China’s role in world output, its role in world trade and finally also its role in the world financial markets. The report concludes that China’s influence on output, trade and financial flows will tilt the world economy to Asia and lead to wider implications for developing and developed economies alike.
© 2005 Lowy Institute for International Policy
Mark P Thirlwell