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Sustaining China’s Economic Growth After the Global Financial Crisis

National Committee on US-China Relations

New York

February 27, 2012

Nicholas R. Lardy

Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow

Peterson Institute for International Economics


Investment Share of GDP,

1997-2010


Consumption Share of GDP,

1997-2010

44.9

36.6


Real Return on Household One-year Deposits, 1997-2011

3.04

-.54


Household Saving from Disposable Income, 1997-2008


Investment in Residential Housing,

1997-2011


Peak Investment in Residential Housing: China, United States, India, and Taiwan


Composition of Urban Household Wealth,

1997 and 2010


Household Debt and Mortgage Debt as a Percent of Disposable Income, 2003-2011


Bank Exposure to Real Estate, 2004-2011

Percent Bank Capital

Percent of Loan Book


Current Account, 1997-2010


Additions to Foreign Exchange Reserves, 1997-2011


Sterilization Liabilities, 1997-2011

Percent of GDP


The Winners and Losers from Financial Repression


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