China and the U.S. face the Global Economic Crisis
AbstractThe year 2009 remains in the history of world economy as being, for all the countries in the world, the year of fight against the global economic crisis. After 2008, when the effects of the financial, banking and stock market crisis have spread throughout the American economy, 2009 has not started under more favorable auspices, so that the U.S. seems to lose rapidly before China in the fight for the best business environment. Given the dramatic economic situation on the U.S. market, new opportunities seem to be seen in Asian business. China no doubt defies the crisis and grows faster than any other economy of another nation, representing one of the biggest opportunities to open a business. It seems that this country bets, in any context, that it can keep the balance indefinitely.  Economists see in China the best-positioned area for concentrating the global economy. Imports and growing auto sales are signs which indicate that the Chinese population shows propensity towards consumption.
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Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (October)
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