When China economy slows, U.S. economy can survive


By LIZARD VELANOVIC/UNITED STATES UNITED STATES China’s economy has slowed in recent months, but the country has become the most important driver of global economic activity in the United States.

China’s slowing economy means the U.K., Japan and France have to find new ways to compete with China in the global marketplace, even if they are doing so on their own terms.

It also means the United Kingdom and France will have to adapt to their own economic challenges to keep pace with the growing Chinese economy.

The Chinese economy is the largest in the world, but it has slowed dramatically in recent years.

It’s the fourth-largest economy in the European Union, and the second-largest in the U, after the United Arab Emirates and Russia.

The United States, the United Nations and China have been the world’s economic engines since the 1980s.

A lot of the Chinese slowdown has been attributed to the government’s rapid economic reforms, including a dramatic cut in the state-owned enterprises and a new round of capital controls, which put limits on the amount of foreign money that could flow into the economy.

China has been slow to expand the economy and has not done so since the global financial crisis of 2008.

It has a small number of manufacturing sectors that have grown faster than the rest of the economy, including the construction industry, electronics and telecoms.

It has also struggled to compete against the U’s booming global economy.

China’s gross domestic product is expected to grow by 8.6 percent this year, the highest in the OECD.

The U.N. expects China to grow at 9.7 percent this quarter.

China is also losing ground to the U., which has the fastest-growing economy in Asia and the third-largest export market in the Americas.

The U. S. economy, on the other hand, has become more dependent on China’s trade, with a trade surplus of $19 trillion this year.

China is also the largest exporter of oil and natural gas, with almost 40 percent of its exports going to the United Sates.

The U’s economy is also suffering from falling exports.

The economy lost $11 trillion worth of goods and services in the second quarter of 2017, the first drop in output since the third quarter of 2016.

The second-quarter trade deficit is expected grow to $16.7 trillion in 2018, a 14.9 percent decline from last year.

The gap between the two economies is likely to grow even larger.

China, however, is also in the midst of an economic boom.

Last year, China was the world top exporter.

Its economy grew 6.2 percent, the biggest rate of growth in the G7 group of industrialized nations.

While China’s growth slowed, exports to the rest and emerging markets grew more than expected.

It was also the fastest growth in emerging markets, surpassing even the U.

“The U.’s economic recovery has been a boon for U.s consumers, with U. purchases outpacing those of other major economies.

The country’s exports to China, the second biggest economy in China, increased 6.6 times as fast as the United states in the first three months of this year alone.

China is China’s second-biggest trading partner.

That means U. exports to it grew 15.9 times as much as imports.

China exported $8.3 trillion worth, or almost a third of the $23.4 trillion in goods and $6.5 trillion in services, to the world in 2016, according to a Reuters analysis of official government data.

The rest of Europe and the United East Asian region, where China has its largest trading partner, also grew rapidly in 2016.

But they were only a small share of China’s total exports.

China imported more than twice as much goods from Europe and South East Asia as it did from the rest, and its imports from the United U.A.E. grew more quickly than imports from China.

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