《Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics》的笔记-第280页
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The claim that China's investment/GDP ratio is comparable to that in East Asia in the 1970s is not accurate. The investment/GDP ratio in China increased substantially in the 1990s, from the 35 percent range in the 1980s to the 40 to 45 percent range in the 2000s. China seems to have acquired a permanent addiction to investments. ...... The second difference with East Asia is the ownership composition of the investments. In East Asia, an overwhelming portion of investments took place in the private sector. In China, the opposite is the case.
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