Continuing the Climb to Moral High Ground
History proves that involvement in the global economy is essential to an economy's sustainable growth.
China has experienced three waves of globalization. During the first round, from 1870-1914, China's per capita income decreased from 24 percent of Britain's to 13 percent. Fortunately, by the end of the second round which started in 1960, we caught up. In the past 10 years, total economic output, exports, foreign exchange reserves and the poverty rate have improved remarkably.
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