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   2014  2015
Real GDP 7.4 7.1
Consumer Prices 2.3 2.5
Source: World Economic Outlook (October 2014)
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People's Republic of China and the IMF
Updated November 15, 2014

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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February 24, 2003 -- China: Competing in the Global Economy
Author/Editor: Tseng, Wanda | Rodlauer, Markus
February 17, 2003 -- IMF Survey:
Ahmed on IMF in poor countries; SDRM further defined; Boorman speech on SDRM; Kenen on SDRM approach; politics and fiscal outcomes; Tseng on China's reform agenda. PDF File Size: 641Kb
February 10, 2003 -- The IMF Strikes Back, By Kenneth Rogoff, Economic Counsellor and Director, Research Department, IMF
Published in Foreign Policy Magazine
February 01, 2003 -- Economic Implications of China's Demographics in the 21st Century
Author/Editor: Cheng, Kevin C.
Series: Working Paper No. 03/29
January 08, 2003 -- Hopes and Fears: The Global Outlook, Asia, and the IMF, Remarks by Thomas C. Dawson, Director, External Relations Department, IMF
Prepared text for remarks at Foreign Correspondents Club, Hong Kong, and Singapore International Chamber of Commerce
November 01, 2002 -- Growth-Financial Intermediation Nexus in China
Author/Editor: Aziz, Jahangir | Duenwald, Christoph
Series: Working Paper No. 02/194
November 01, 2002 -- An Empirical Analysis of China's Export Behavior
Author/Editor: Cerra, Valerie | Saxena, Sweta Chaman
Series: Working Paper No. 02/200
November 01, 2002 -- Growth-Financial Intermediation Nexus in China
Author/Editor: Aziz, Jahangir | Duenwald, Christoph
Series: Working Paper No. 02/194
October 08, 2002 -- Transcript of an IMF Economic Forum -- "Is Global Inequality Rising?"
October 01, 2002 -- Recentralization in China?
Author/Editor: Ahmad, Ehtisham | Keping, Li | Richardson, Thomas J. | Singh, Raju
Series: Working Paper No. 02/168
October 01, 2002 -- Recentralization in China?
Author/Editor: Ahmad, Ehtisham | Keping, Li | Richardson, Thomas J. | Singh, Raju
Series: Working Paper No. 02/168
September 30, 2002 -- IMF Staff Papers - Volume 49, Number 3, 2002 - Centripetal Forces in China's Economic Takeoff by Anuradha Dayal-Gulati and Aasim M. Husain
This paper uses provincial time series data from the People's Republic of China to empirically investigate two propositions relating to economic development: (i) that economic takeoff—or an acceleration in economic growth—is associated with inflows of foreign direct investment (FDI), possibly through technological transfer; and (ii) that takeoff is accompanied, at least in the short term, by widening income inequality. The results indicate that FDI flows have increased the rate of convergence in per capita incomes across China's provinces. However, the pattern of FDI, which has gone mainly to the relatively wealthy provinces, has caused different provinces to converge toward different steady states.
September 29, 2002 -- Statement by the Hon. Dai Xianglong, Governor of the IMF for People's Republic Of China, at the Joint Annual Discussion of the Boards of Governors of the IMF and World Bank, September 29, 2002
PDF File Size: 120Kb
September 28, 2002 -- Statement by Mr. Dai Xianglong, Governor of the People's Bank of China, IMFC Meeting, Washington, D.C., September 28, 2002
The International Monetary and Financial Committee statement on behalf of People's Republic of China
September 26, 2002 -- Supporting Globalization, Remarks By Anne O. Krueger
Given at the 2002 Eisenhower National Security Conference on National Security for the 21st Century: Anticipating Challenges, Seizing Opportunities, Building Capabilities
September 26, 2002 -- Transcript of a Press Conference by IMF Managing Director Horst Köhler prior to the 2002 IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings
The world economy faces some difficult issues and it is important that the membership meets, that we meet, civil society meets, in the cooperative spirit of our institutions to look for common solutions. We all need to play a part, governments, the private sector, civil society, these international financial institutions.
September 13, 2002 -- News Brief: IMF Managing Director Horst Köhler Remarks on China Visit
September 03, 2002 -- Public Information Notice: IMF Concludes 2002 Article IV Consultation with the People's Republic of China
Each Public Information Notice contains a background section, a table of selected economic indicators, and an Executive Board assessment.
September 01, 2002 -- Finance & Development, September 2002 - What Will WTO Membership Mean for China and Its Trading Partners?
By Ramesh Adhikari and Yongzheng Yang - On December 11, 2001, after 15 years of arduous negotiations, China became the 143rd member of the World Trade Organization (WTO). The opening of an economy as large as China's can be disruptive to some developing countries in the short run, but, in the long run, it should benefit not only China but also its trading partners.
September 01, 2002 -- Finance & Development, September 2002 - Is Globalization Good for the Poor in China?
By Shang-Jin Wei - Developing countries worry that opening up to trade with the rest of the world may make the poor poorer and the rich richer, with China sometimes cited as an example of growing income inequality. A recent IMF study, however, finds that the reality is far more complex.

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