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<p>15</p><p>点击输入文字</p><p>YOUR TITLE</p><p>50%</p><p>40%</p><p>Cum socis natoque penatibus magnisdi</p><p>Cum socis natoque penatibus magnisdi</p><p>CONTACT</p><p>CONTACT</p><p>Cum socis natoque pharetra montes. </p><p>INFORMATION</p><p>Cum socis natoque pharetra montes. </p><p>INFORMATION</p><p>Cum socis natoque pharetra montes. </p><p>INFORMATION</p><p>Cum socis natoque pharetra montes. </p><p>INFORMATION</p><p>Cum socis natoque pharetra montes. </p><p>INFORMATION</p><p>点击输入文字</p><p>YOUR TITLE</p><p>点击输入文字</p><p>YOUR TITLE</p><p>Cum socis natoque pharetra montes. </p><p>INFORMATION</p><p>ECONOMIC TRANSITION </p><p>EXAMPLES&RESULTS</p><p>EVALUATION</p><p>UEEC 49 9 June 2017<br />G065547 DENG XIYU(Daisy)<br />Evaluation of recent China's economic policies.</p><p>PRIMARY SECTOR</p><p>SECONDARY SECTOR</p><p>tertiary sector</p><p>\"NEW NORMAL\" is presented by president XI in 2014 </p><p>HUGE PRODUCTION & LOW MARGINS</p><p>LOW INDUSTRIAL CONCENTRATION</p><p>LOW PRODUCT ADDED VALUE</p><p>TOO DEPENDED ON EXPORT MARKETS</p><p>INTENSIFIED OVERCAPACITY</p><p>Revolution in the East-Northern of China.<br /></p><p>Brain drain</p><p>Unemployment rate <br /></p><p>Negative growth</p><p>EXAMPLE<br /> NO.1</p><p>EXAMPLE<br /> NO.2</p><p>HOUSE PRICE<br /></p><p>Unaffordable price </p><p>indemnificatory <br />housing</p><p>Homebuying <br />restrictions</p><p>RESULTS</p><p>Stock market</p><p>House market</p><p>Manufacturing industry</p><p>Income disparity</p><p>Shanghai <br />Composite <br />Index</p><p>www.esri.go.jp/jp/prj/int_prj/2010/prj2010_03_04.pdf<br /></p><p>https://cn.nytimes.com/business/20150707/c07up-china/</p><p><br />First-tier cities</p><p>Second-tier cities</p><p>Third-tier cities</p><p>https://www.zhihu.com/question/56339355</p><p>Figure 3 house price in three levels of cities in China</p><p>Figure 2 Shanghai composite index before 07/2015</p><p>Figure 1 changes among three sectors of industries in Chna</p><p>Manufacturing industry has declined since 2014<br /></p><p>\"Made in China 2025\"</p><p>Quantity to quality</p><p>Recovery from contraction</p><p>Income disparity</p><p>Cities & Rural areas</p><p>Disparity between generations</p><p>Disparity between careers</p><p>Accumulation of disparity</p><p>EVALUATION</p><p>Negative effects</p><p>Positive effects</p><p>Negative effects<br /></p><p>continous decline in manufacturing</p><p>lower unemployment rate</p><p>lost confidence in the whole country</p><p>Unemployment & Layoffs</p><p>UNEMPLOYMENT & LAYOFFS</p><p>Unemployment rate</p><p>Layoffs in multinational corporations</p><p>Positive effects</p><p>unstable economic evironment</p><p>Long-term healthy development</p><p>Evironmentally friendly</p><p>Quality wins trust</p><p>Reduction of financial burden</p><p>CONCLUSION</p><p>Risks and benefits exist together</p><p>Possible crisis and disturbance </p><p>An uncertain future</p><p>Risks ≈ Opportunities</p><p>Thank you! </p><p>DISCUSSION</p><p>NO.1 <br />What do you feel about the economic transition in China recent years?(your experience)<br />NO.2<br />Which one will be your choice if you have job opportunities both in China and Australia?</p><p>Manufacturing industry</p><p>INTRODUCTION&CAUSES</p><p>CONCLUSION</p><p>REFERENCE LIST</p><p>Jiao, W & Boons, F 2015, ‘Policy durability of circular economy in China: a process analysis of policy translation’, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, vol.117, pp. 12-24.<br /> <br />Bretschger, L & Zhang, L 2015, ‘Carbon policy in a high-growth economy: the case of China’, Resource and Energy Economics, vol.37, pp.1-19.<br /><br />Guo, P, Wang, T, Li, D &Zhou, X 2015, ‘How energy technology innovation affects transition of coal resource-based economy in China’, Energy Policy, vol.92, pp.1-6.</p><p></p>