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Alexander Parkansky 
The article analyses the latest forecasts of Chinese social and economic development, published by the U.S. experts. Special attention is paid to anticipated changes in the U.S. - China economic and technological competition, as well as to the possible American approaches to policy towards China and to the consequences of slower Chinese growth for the Asia-Pacific region and world economies.
GDP, structural reforms, economic growth, national debt, investment, social inequality, technological gap, international companies, state sector, corruption, exports, imports
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