L'avenir post-industrielle est Nigh

Mars 1, 2013 | By | Répondre Plus

post-industrielle-Bowen-LiLa Chine est connue pour sa puissance industrielle. Les fabricants, les mineurs, les services publics et les constructeurs ont représenté plus de 45% du PIB de la Chine en 2012 - "L'économie"

The post-industrial age is growing fast in China. In the United States, people create more things and then export the manufacturing for these items to less expensive labor markets, such as China. This has had a tremendous impact on China’s post-industrial age, and has been a large economic boom for the country. However, the time has come for China to move beyond the industrial age and to focus its efforts on technological innovation and invention.

ChinaXCHARXs GDP keeps growing in recent years. Chinese industry is not only larger than the post-industrial economy now in the United States, but also larger than some other economies. According to the World bank and Homi Kharas, ChinaXCHARXs GDP was 18 % higher than global norm in 2005, but the service is about 8% below. However, according to the article on the XCHARXThe EconomicsXCHARX, 2013 may be the year that China can get out the shadow of the low-skilled manufacturing. According to the national statistics, services (which include transport, wholesaling, retailing, hotels, catering, finance, real estate and scientific research, among other things) accounted for 44.6% of ChinaXCHARXs GDP in 2012. That is less than one point behind industryXCHARXs 45.3%. And services are growing faster. This strength would rebalancing the Chinese demand from exports and to consumption. This rise will help Chinese people to have faster job creation and better household spending.

The growth of China industry is fast. The undervalued currency has played its role. In an age of peace, all of the spending could be invested in productive activities. However, there are still a few problems for the Chinese industry increase. The biggest and most important problem, I think, is that China has less consumption and a massive population. The growth of population is too heavy to effectively offset job creating. Also, the Chinese people needs to get over the low-skill manufacturing and to be creative; rather than simply fabrication articles de haute technologie comme les iPhones, ils devraient être développement ces types d'articles.

Catégories: Chine, Economie d'énergie

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