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The global financial markets are at their highest since June and the Chinese stock market is at its strongest since December.
But what’s going on in the world’s biggest economy?
What’s going wrong?
In recent years, China has become increasingly dependent on global trade.
In the process, it has taken a huge hit to its domestic industry and its economy.
It has also become increasingly reliant on the global financial system.
In a world where the value of the yuan is pegged to the US dollar, the value is largely determined by how much the Chinese government controls.
The Chinese government holds a lot of influence over how the Chinese economy functions, and this has been a significant contributor to its recent financial crisis.
But there is one thing that has kept the Chinese currency low and the economy healthy for years.
China is a major buyer of foreign currency.
This is because China’s central bank has been running a large trade surplus since 2008, which has helped to offset the fall in the value that has occurred in the global economy.
China’s current trade surplus is estimated at $US1.5 trillion.
The IMF has calculated that China’s trade surplus will reach $US20 trillion by 2020, which means the Chinese Government will be collecting a massive amount of foreign exchange.
This surplus has been fuelling demand in China for its own exports and its exports are becoming more expensive.
As a result, the Chinese central bank and the central bank of Hong Kong are now raising interest rates on loans.
This has forced some investors to seek other avenues of capital.
China’s economy is also struggling to stay afloat.
This means that China is running a massive trade deficit, which will continue to force the country to take large and unnecessary foreign exchange losses.
What can the Chinese do to improve the economy?
The main answer is to increase investment.
China has been very slow to embrace foreign direct investment (FDI), and so far the country has been slow to build new infrastructure.
However, China is investing heavily in technology, which is expected to increase demand for its goods.
China is also working to develop its energy sector.
The country is also investing in its internet services and education.
In addition, the government is introducing an ambitious plan to build its own power grid and set up an internet-connected railway network.
China will also try to diversify its economy, and is trying to do so through the opening up of more markets.
China has also tried to diversifying its economy by investing in domestic industries.
For example, China’s financial sector is the largest, and it is not only the biggest, but also the most indebted.
It also faces the biggest trade surplus, and the country’s trade deficit is due to a fall in its currency that has impacted exports.
This has also contributed to the country being vulnerable to a major currency devaluation.
In an effort to reduce its trade deficit in 2017, the Government announced a cut in interest rates from 5.5 per cent to 1 per cent, which resulted in a huge fall in interest costs for businesses.
China also reduced its trade balance by a further $US5 trillion, which was a major blow to the Chinese economic system.
China also has to deal with its own financial crisis, and there is a lot that needs to be done to fix this.
For the first time, China will have to make structural changes in order to improve its balance sheet.
This is a very complex situation and there are a lot more questions than answers, but it is important to remember that China has always been a relatively young country.
The population is only growing, and so it is difficult for it to sustain a strong economic model.
China does have a strong currency and a stable economy, but its future is uncertain.
The economy is expected by some analysts to shrink by around 20 per cent by 2020.
It is also very vulnerable to economic downturns.
China will need to do a lot to improve this economy.
The Government is making some moves to address the issues that are affecting the Chinese population, including by introducing more social spending programs.
But China needs to improve itself economically, and improve its domestic economic situation.
There are also questions about whether China can cope with the global downturn that it has been experiencing, and how long it will be able to continue to grow.
But at the moment, there are no major concerns in China about the global recession.
China remains the world leader in the number of people living in extreme poverty.
There are two main ways that China can address this issue.
The first is through the creation of an additional $US100 billion a year to help people in extreme hardship.
This money can then be used to buy food and other essentials.
Another option is the creation and expansion of an investment fund, which would create new jobs and help the economy grow.
China can also invest in research and development and create jobs for its scientists and engineers.
This will be very helpful in addressing some of the problems that are impacting the Chinese people.There