China’s GDP grew by an average of 7.8% annually from 2005 to 2014, according to data from the World Bank.
That’s well above the 3.2% annual rate of inflation in the United States, the OECD and the International Monetary Fund, according the World Economic Forum.
The United States has a 4.2-percent inflation rate, while the OECD says inflation in Canada, France, Italy and Spain is 5.5%, 7.4% and 7.3%, respectively.
Thats higher than the OECD’s 1.5% inflation rate in the euro zone, the IMF’s 1-percent rate in China and the IMFs 1-point inflation rate for India, according a 2014 report by the Washington, DC-based think tank Brookings Institution.
But it’s not as if China is doing well.
The country’s growth has slowed sharply since the early 2000s, with its GDP shrinking from 5.9% to 4.9%, according to the World Trade Organization.
The IMF’s 2017 World Economic Outlook said China’s growth is slowing as a result of slowing consumption growth and a reduction in domestic investment.
China’s economy has been shrinking for years.
Between 2015 and 2018, it contracted by 2.7%, according the IMF.
While China has been slowly growing, its economic growth has been slow and steady, making it hard for the country to keep pace with other economies in the world, including the United Kingdom and Germany.
According to the IMF, China’s exports are up, but its imports are down.
So while China’s economies are expanding, its exports are shrinking, which means the country’s economic growth is also shrinking.
What’s more, China has the largest population in the World.
According the IMF: China has 1.4 billion people, more than the United Nations and five times the population of Germany.
The Chinese population is expected to double to 5.4 million people by 2030, compared with 2.6 million in the US and the United kingdom.
China has one of the world’s fastest growing economies, but it has slowed dramatically since the 1980s, and its economy has shrunk by 30% since then.
In 2015, China recorded a GDP growth rate of 6.7%.
The United Kingdom’s economy grew by 8.3% in 2017, the EU’s by 10.4%, Germany’s by 5.3%.
In 2017, China accounted for nearly three-quarters of global trade.
The UK has overtaken the United State as the world leader in the use of trade in goods and services, according an IMF report.
The OECD has also said China is the second-largest importer of goods and the fourth-largest exporter of services.
China imports goods from the United states and other nations.
However, according with the World Federation of Trade Unions, China accounts for only about 12% of the total world’s trade.
This has led to a trade deficit of $5.9 trillion (5.5 trillion euros) between the United and China in 2017.
That trade deficit, which is bigger than the entire U.S. trade deficit with the European Union, is set to reach $12.5 billion in 2019, the report said.
The trade deficit is expected in 2019 to be even larger.
It means that China is in a trade war, according China Trade Policy Institute’s Andrew Ng.
If you’re looking for a country that produces more than you think, China is not your country, he said.
“If you look at GDP per capita, the Chinese are still a very small country, but if you look across the board, they are in a competitive position with the United Sates.
It is not just a matter of GDP per head per person, it’s about purchasing power parity, which in China means that the cost of living is so high that they can afford to spend a lot on luxuries, such as cars, that are very expensive in the U.K.”
If you look only at the economy, which accounts for about 70% of total global GDP, China would still be a very large economy, he added.
“It is just that they are not getting the economic benefits of a free market,” he said, adding that this is also true for the U,S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan and South Africa.
The World Bank predicts that China’s trade deficit will continue to grow as its economy slows and its currency continues to depreciate.
The bank expects China’s economic trade deficit to reach a record $45.7 trillion in 2019.
This will be more than any other economy in the OECD, with the exception of the United Arab Emirates, which has a trade surplus of $15.2 trillion.
In the coming years, the World Development Report projects China’s global trade deficit as increasing to $62.6 trillion by 2021. But