Phát âm chuẩn – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: China Global Economy (VOA)

Published on 18/11/2015

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Many people are concerned about signs of weakness in the Chinese economy. They want to know how these changes will affect economic activity in the rest of the world. Falling stock prices have shown that investors are very concerned. Many believe a weak Chinese economy will affect other markets. Recently, China’s official manufacturing index fell to its lowest level in three years. Leading measures of stock values dropped in East Asia, Europe and the United States. International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde spoke in Indonesia. She said rapid changes in stock market prices show concerns that economic uncertainty could spread. She said Asia is very much at the core, or center, of the global economy and problems in one Asian market can affect the rest of the world. Asia is not the only area that could be affected. Experts note that China’s problems could hurt manufacturing in Germany, Europe’s biggest economy. They say that Chinese reform efforts have been uneven and present different problems for China’s trading partners. Scott Kennedy is with the Centers for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. He says China’s economy is becoming one where services and individual consumption are more important. He says China’s economic slowdown is affecting two groups of countries. The first group provides raw, unprocessed materials to China. The other group includes countries that are trade competitors of China.

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