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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.

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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, Financial Crisis

1997-2010


Consumption Share of GDP, Financial Crisis

1997-2010

44.9

36.6




Investment in Residential Housing, Financial Crisis

1997-2011



Composition of Urban Household Wealth, States, India, and Taiwan

1997 and 2010



Bank Exposure to Real Estate, 2004-2011 Income, 2003-2011

Percent Bank Capital

Percent of Loan Book


Current Account, 1997-2010 Income, 2003-2011



Sterilization Liabilities, 1997-2011 Income, 2003-2011

Percent of GDP



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