The “Rise of China” Mini Documentary | Episode 2 | China’s Economic Risks and Challenges
KJ Vids is pleased to have launched the second episode in our Rise of China 2017 documentary series. In this episode we will have a critical look on China Economy.
In the previous episode (https://youtu.be/MJLpGiHhr8E) we had a look at the scale of China’s Economy today and China’s economic development, to understand why China has become a favourite by analysts around the world to become the great power of the 21st century. In this episode we will take a look at the challenges that China will have to overcome in order to assert its influence over the world. Is there a China economic bubble? Will China’s Economy collapse? This video will hopefully develop your understanding of the Chinese Economy.
In May 2017, the Credit rating agency Moody’s cut China’s debt rating for the first time since 1989 and warned that the country’s financial health is suffering from rising debt and that China’s Economy is showing a slowing economic growth. More recently S&P Global Ratings downgraded China’s sovereign rating for the first time since 1999, citing the country’s greater economic and financial risks. Many other analysts also argue that there is a China debt crisis.
These Fears about debt levels in the world’s second-largest economy have reignited debate over the fundamentals of China’s future – whether the country is leaping over the middle-income trap with a leaner and more sustainable growth model or whether it is on a debt-fuelled path to disaster.
In this episode we will explain China’s economy and take a look into China’s Debt Bubble, China’s State Enterprise, China’s Employment, China’s Competition, China’s Fiscal System, China’s Real Estate, China’s Domestic Consumption and China’s Greatest Fear.
Watch Previous Episode of China Documentary | China’s Economic Miracle
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