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Chinese Economic Area

As seen during the financial crisis of the 1930s and in recent history, markets are globally interconnected. Aside from financial markets, different countries have different resources. Choose a country other than the country in which you currently reside which has not already been selected by another student, and research the EIU country data. Based on absolute advantage and comparative advantage, explain the effect of global economic conditions on the choices available to that country. Include the current exchange rate of the countryâ??s monetary unit

Use from the following countries:

India, China, The Dominican Republic, Japan, Saudi Arabia.

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As seen during the financial crisis of the 1930s and in recent history, markets are globally interconnected. Aside from financial markets, different countries have different resources. Choose a country other than the country in which you currently reside which has not already been selected by another student, and research the EIU country data. Based on absolute advantage and comparative advantage, explain the effect of global economic conditions on the choices available to that country. Include the current exchange rate of the countryâ??s monetary unit

About China
As per cia.com, China in 2008 is the second-largest economy in the world on the purchasing power parity (PPP) basis. Its estimated GDP in 2010 is $9.872 trillion. Annual inflows of foreign direct investment in 2007 rose to nearly $84 billion. By the end of 2007, nearly 7,000 domestic Chinese enterprises had made an aggregate $118 billion in direct investments in 173 countries and regions around the world. Hence China has become one of the ...

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Chinese economic growth is assessed. References are also infused to validate the findings.

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