China's long-term GDP outlook: slower investment growth, slower GDP growth

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Report summary

With the new Chinese leadership on board, the push for reform has been loud and clear. This is aligned with Wood Mackenzie's expectations around China's economic rebalancing with more emphasis placed on growing consumer spending as investment slows, whilst accepting a slower rate of GDP growth than in previous years. This Insight sets out why our view on China's investment has changed; highlights the three key areas of investment

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Table of contents

    • China: The Great Rebalance
    • Investment peaking?
    • Lower but "better" investment
    • Revised long-term outlook: slower investment growth means lower GDP growth

Tables and charts

This report includes 8 images and tables including:


  • Investment as % of GDP
  • Ratio of capital stock to GDP
  • China's investment profile set to change?
  • China's Urban Fixed Asset Investment (2011)
  • China's top export markets (2011)
  • Urbanisation level by province (2012)
  • Average annual investment growth in China
  • Real GDP growth by component

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