China’s economy is embarking upon a transition towards a more consumer-focussed and service-led model of economic development. This is crucial to ensure growth becomes more financially and environmentally sustainable. How well is this transition being managed, and what could be done to help accelerate this process? Oxford Economics analyses these key issues in the first edition of ICAEW Economic Insight: Greater China report.
Oxford Economics are the economics partner to Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). [Read more here](https://bit.ly/1PSL0NT] and see Tom Rogers, Associate Director of Macroeconomic Consulting and Economic Advisor to ICAEW discuss the report’s findings in this short video here.
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