The Past, Present & Future of GDP Growth

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Following last years post-census announcement that GDP growth had been under-stated, new figures have been released, together with estimates of future growth which would see Chinas economy overtaking those of France and Britain this year.

Chinese GDP Growth

  • 1979-2004: 9.6 percent p.a. average
  • 2004: 10.1 percent (up from 9.5 percent)
  • 2005: 9.8 percent (estimated)
  • 2006: 8.7 percent (estimated)
  • The revised 1994 figure put GDP at RMB15.9878 trillion (USD 1.9 trillion), 16.8 per cent up on than the original figure.

    Now to update all those old market research reports

    China GDP grows at 9.6% in last 25 yrs
    Economic Times – India
    BEIJING: China’s average GDP growth rate for the 1979-2004 period was on Monday revised to an impressive 9.6 per cent, 0.2 percentage point higher than the …

    China economy grew 9.8 pct in 2005 – vice minister
    Reuters India – Mumbai,India
    BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s economy grew 9.8 percent in 2005, a vice minister was quoted as saying on Sunday, revising up an earlier estimate and again …

    China’s economy set to overtake France and the UK
    New Zealand Herald – New Zealand
    China’s economy will probably expand at more than four times the pace of Europe and Japan this year as Premier Wen Jiabao boosts consumer spending and …

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