In an exclusive interview, Chinese economist Wang Guoqiang has outlined China’s new economic strategy and his vision for a more prosperous future for the country.
Wang told NHL.com in an exclusive email interview that he is looking forward to the next five years as China begins a new era of growth and prosperity.
He noted that a new economic plan will be unveiled this year, and that a report on the country’s economic performance will be published in October.
China has been slowly expanding its economy since the end of World War II.
Its economy expanded by 3.8 percent annually in 2016, according to World Bank data, compared to a 4.3 percent annual rate in 2015.
China’s economy is expected to grow by 7.6 percent in 2020, according the World Bank.
The country is set to overtake Japan as the world’s second-largest economy this year.
In the first quarter of this year China’s economy expanded 3.9 percent, according data from the China Statistical Yearbook.
Wang told NHL that the country has experienced a strong growth trend over the past two decades, with the country now projected to grow at 6.7 percent in 2021.
China is expected in 2021 to be the world leader in industrial production, Wang said.
According to Wang, China’s growth rate is now “moving the balance between the power of the state and the power to work.”
China’s industrial production rose by 8.3 per cent last year, while GDP growth increased by 5.6 per cent.
This is due to increased investment and consumption, Wang added.WANG said China is currently in a transition period in which its economy is transitioning to a new direction.
However, he noted that China’s economic growth has been steady and that it will continue to be stable in the long run.
“The current trend is not sustainable.
The economy is undergoing a new phase of growth,” Wang said in the interview.”
At the same time, we must continue to do everything possible to safeguard the country against external shocks.”
According to China’s National Bureau of Statistics, China has experienced an economic slowdown in the past five years, with economic growth slowing to a 0.3-percent annual rate last year.
However Wang noted that the economy’s trajectory in the coming years is not as stable as it has been in recent years.