Paul Lachine

中国不同于世界的十大理由

纽黑文 ——

中国怀疑论者又重新集结起来。他们的到来就像海潮一样,每隔一段时间就会出现一次。然而,一年又一年过去了,中国毫不理会这些反对者并坚持自己的发展道路,继续保持着现代史上最壮观的发展奇迹。而且这种趋势似乎还将继续下去。

如今这种中国怀疑论者的狂热,反映出一系列对中国经济的忧虑:特别是对通货膨胀、过量投资、工资飙升以及银行坏账的关注。许多有名的学者警告道:中国很可能成为“中等收入陷阱”的牺牲品。这一现象在许多发展中国家发生过。

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