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   2014  2015
Real GDP 7.4 7.1
Source: World Economic Outlook Update (July 2014)

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People's Republic of China -- Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

Macao Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China

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New Issues in Monetary Policy; July 2014 (Also Available in Chinese Version)

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People's Republic of China and the IMF
Updated July 30, 2014

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IMF Survey Online
July 02, 2014 -- Podcast : David Dollar on The Sino Shift
After years of double digit expansion, China’s economic growth is slowing. The world’s second largest economy expanded off the back of manufacturing, investment and exports. But, China is now looking inwards for its future growth.
June 26, 2014 -- Podcast : The Rise and Rise of Shadow Banking in China
Shadow banking is a system of uninsured investments from non-bank institutions. It can yield very high returns, but investments come with the risk of total bust. Despite the potential for enormous losses, shadow banking will continue to be a part of China's economic landscape, says one Sino expert.
October 23, 2010 -- IMF Survey: G-20 Ministers Agree ‘Historic’ Reforms in IMF Governance
Ministers of the Group of Twenty industrialized and emerging market economies agree on proposed reforms that will shift country representation at the IMF toward large, dynamic emerging market and developing countries. European members of the IMF’s Executive Board will make room for more emerging market representation.