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Projected % Change
   2015  2016
Real GDP 6.8 6.3
Consumer Prices 1.5 1.8
Source: World Economic Outlook (October 2015)
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People's Republic of China and the IMF
Updated November 16, 2015

Listed below are items related to the People's Republic of China, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).

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June 20, 2011 -- Financial Market Update:
Since the publication of the April 2011 Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR), financial risks have risen for three reasons. First, while a multi-speed global recovery remains the base case, downside risks to this baseline have increased. Second, concern about debt sustainability and support for adjustment efforts in Europe’s periphery is leading to market pressures and worries about potential contagion. Political risks are also raising questions about medium term fiscal adjustment in a few advanced countries, notably, the United States and Japan. Third, notwithstanding some recent pullback in risk appetite, the prolonged period of low interest rates may push investors into riskier assets in a “search for yield.” This trend has the potential to build financial imbalances for the future, particularly in some emerging markets. Against these tensions, deep-seated challenges remain. Although there has been progress, improvements in financial system robustness have been insufficient so far. Markets may lose patience and become disorderly if political developments derail momentum on fiscal consolidation and financial repair and reform. Given these risks, policymakers need to accelerate actions to address long-standing financial vulnerabilities as outlined in the GFSR, before the window of opportunity to do so closes.
Text also available in: عربي; 中文; Español; Français; 日本語;
June 09, 2011 -- Press Release: Acting Managing Director John Lipsky and IMF team Complete Policy Discussions with China
June 09, 2011 -- Opening Remarks by Mr. John Lipsky – Acting Managing Director, International Monetary Fund, Press Conference at the Conclusion of the Article IV Mission to China
June 01, 2011 -- The Real Exchange Rate and Employment in China
Author/Editor: Mai Dao | Ruo Chen
Series: Working Paper No. 11/148
May 24, 2011 -- Press Release: Statement by the IMF Executive Directors Representing Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa on the Selection Process for Appointing an IMF Managing Director
May 19, 2011 -- 10th Annual Stavros Niarchos Foundation Lecture (Transcript), “Global Recovery and Global Cooperation: The Challenges Ahead”, Peterson Institute for International Economics, John Lipsky - Acting Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
May 02, 2011 -- The Do’s and Don’ts of Macroprudential Policy, by José Viñals, IMF Financial Counsellor and Director, Monetary and Capital Markets Department
May 01, 2011 -- Credit Market Imperfection and Sectoral Asymmetry of Chinese Business Cycle
Author/Editor: Yuanyan Sophia Zhang
Series: Working Paper No. 11/118
April 28, 2011 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the International Monetary Fund’s Spring 2011 Asia and Pacific Regional Economic Outlook
April 16, 2011 -- IMFC Statement by Yi Gang, Deputy Governor, People's Bank of China, People's Republic of China
The International Monetary and Financial Committee statement on behalf of People's Republic of China. PDF File Size: 225Kb
April 11, 2011 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing on the World Economic Outlook
April 07, 2011 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the Analytical Chapters 3 and 4 of the World Economic Outlook
April 01, 2011 -- Identifying the Linkages Between Major Mining Commodity Prices and China’s Economic Growth-Implications for Latin America
Author/Editor: Yongzhen Yu
Series: Working Paper No. 11/86
March 15, 2011 -- Exchange Rate Regimes and the Stability of the International Monetary System
Author/Editor: Atish R. Ghosh | Jonathan David Ostry | Charalambos G. Tsangarides
Series: Occasional Paper No. 270
March 15, 2011 -- External Performance in Low-Income Countries
Author/Editor: Alessandro Prati | Luca Antonio Ricci | Lone Engbo Christiansen | Stephen Tokarick | Thierry Tressel
Series: Occasional Paper No. 272
March 01, 2011 -- Current Account Rebalancing and Real Exchange Rate Adjustment Between the U.S. and Emerging Asia
Author/Editor: Damiano Sandri | Pau Rabanal | Isabelle Méjean
Series: Working Paper No. 11/46
February 15, 2011 -- Rebalancing Growth in Asia: Economic Dimensions for China
Author/Editor: Vivek B. Arora | Roberto Cardarelli
February 08, 2011 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing on Sri Lanka by Koshy Mathai, IMF Resident Representative for Sri Lanka and Maldives
January 25, 2011 -- Financial Market Update:
Nearly four years after the onset of the largest financial crisis since the Great Depression, global financial stability is still not assured and significant policy challenges remain. Balance sheet restructuring is incomplete and leverage is still high. The interaction between banking and sovereign credit risks in the euro area remains a critical factor. At the global level, regulatory reforms are still needed to put the financial sector on a sounder footing. At the same time, accommodative policies in advanced economies and relatively favorable fundamentals in some emerging market countries are spurring capital inflows, so emerging countries must watch for signs of asset price bubbles and excessive credit.
Text also available in: عربي; 中文; Español; Français; Русский.
January 12, 2011 -- New Growth Drivers for Low-Income Countries - The Role of the BRICs
Subject: Economic growth | Brazil | Russian Federation | India | China, People's Republic of | Low-income developing countries | Foreign direct investment | Development financing | Infrastructure | Bilateral trade | Trade relations | Cross country analysis

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