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why is chinese saving rate high? china`s saving rate

저작시기 2010.01 |등록일 2010.01.09 파워포인트파일MS 파워포인트 (ppt) | 11페이지 | 가격 4,000원

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why is chinese saving rate high?
china`s saving rate

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Introduction
Along with the fast growth of the Chinese economy, more and more economists, either domestic or abroad, are paying attention to the persistent high Chinese saving rate.
A widely adopted perspective is that China’s high saving rate is attributed to the undeveloped financial market and cultural background. That is, Chinese residents are used to saving, and Chinese households lack diversified investment opportunities.
However, others believe that the high Chinese saving rate is attributed to the imperfect social security system, housing demand after the housing system reform, unaffordable rise in educational expenditure and uncertainty of future incomes.
Since the economic reforms at the end of 1978, high investment rates and household savings rates have served as the key elements driving economic development in China.
Along with the fast growth of the Chinese economy, many economists are paying attention to the persistent high Chinese saving rate.
A widely adopted perspective is that China’s high saving rate is attributed to the undeveloped financial market and cultural background. That is, Chinese residents are used to saving, and Chinese households lack diversified investment opportunities.
However, others believe that the high saving rate is attributed to the poor social security system, unaffordable rise in educational expenditure and uncertainty of future life.
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Household savings: The household savings in China is comparatively high than the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries.
Government savings: Government savings is also high in China and this has resulted from a development-oriented financial policy accentuating investment.
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