China’s Competitiveness Gap and the Government’s Action

Yongcai Han

Abstract


Under the world hesitancy of revitalizing economy and a long haul to normalization of monetary policy, China can hardly push forward except make spare effort to enhance her own competitiveness and avail full potential to contribute to the MDG (or SDG). China currently stays the third stage of development with the world largest population as well as the second largest market. Although Chinese government have done extraordinary efforts and gained brilliant progress, challenges and risks remain not a few according to our SWOT analysis. Chinese government should take a step further to boost its sustainable competitiveness in some strategic sectors, to improve the efficiency of both private and pubic institutions, to encourage technology-application and innovation, above all, to coordinate social advancement, environmental sustainability with economic development to make the country structurally competitive.


DOI
10.12783/dtmse/icmeat2016/6104

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