China is the largest economy in the world, with a population of more than 1.3 billion people.
And the country is rapidly growing.
In the first quarter of 2020, China’s economy grew by 6.7%, according to official data, making it the fastest-growing in the Asia-Pacific region.
China is a global financial hub, and a major centre of global financial technology.
In 2019, the country added more than 20.7 million net new jobs, according to the World Bank.
But it’s also a country of economic and political turmoil.
The country has been on a massive credit binge, with banks holding a staggering $US2.9 trillion in foreign debt, and the yuan has plummeted in value against the US dollar.
The Chinese government has made many efforts to ease the situation, with the aim of stabilising the economy and cutting debt and inflation.
The country’s stock market has been in turmoil, and has been hit hard by the country’s severe credit and economic crisis.
The Chinese stock market rose by more than 30% in 2019, after the central bank announced that the country would start printing more money.
This was due to the fact that Beijing had been buying up the countrys debt.
The stock market was the largest in the history of China, at $US1.2 trillion, according a Bloomberg report from December 2020.
China’s stock markets were the worst hit by the crisis, as the stock market dropped by about a third.
That means investors lost more than $US150 billion.
In fact, the central banks debt levels have been so low that many investors are unable to buy the stock markets assets.
This crisis has been a major contributor to China’s economic woes, as it has led to the country losing $US10.4 trillion in gross domestic product (GDP) between 2019 and 2020.
It is now the second largest economy on the planet after the US.
China has struggled to cope with the massive financial and economic impact of the crisis.
The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) has been forced to scale back its purchases of debt and has said it will limit the issuance of foreign exchange in the future.
China also has an increasingly expensive food industry, with its stock prices having been affected by the price of rice, and prices of corn, wheat, and sugar, as well as imports of coal and cement.
It has also suffered from a slowdown in manufacturing.
In 2020, the Chinese economy contracted for the first time in 10 years, as factory output fell by nearly 7%.
The country is now facing the biggest debt crisis in its history, with total public debt standing at $11.6 trillion.
The debt has increased to $US3.9tn as of February 2018, according the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
China’s GDP is forecast to grow by around 6.2% in 2020, which is the fastest growth in the region.
The global economy has already expanded by about 7.7% in the same period.
In 2021, China is projected to be the third largest economy.
China, which has one of the world’s biggest economies, has a strong financial system.
It holds an average of $US12 trillion in assets, according data from Moody’s Analytics.
That is a huge amount of wealth, and is the equivalent of more wealth in Australia than in China.
It also has one the worlds biggest stock markets, with prices at $AUD4.4 billion.
China does not have an interest-only currency, which means the yuan can be traded freely across the world.
There are also many other markets that can be purchased with the yuan, including gold, oil, metals, and other commodities.
This is because China’s stock exchange is run by a private company.
However, the currency is heavily dependent on the government.
In order to maintain the stability of the economy, China needs the yuan to be able to function.
This means the government controls the economy through a series of measures.
The central bank is also one of these measures, which restricts the yuan’s supply.
The government also controls the money supply through the People’s Daily, which controls the daily balance of the country, according Reuters.
The People’s Congress of the People and the National People’s Committee (NPC) are the bodies responsible for controlling the currency, according Business Insider.
The central bank can only issue currency as a reserve currency, with all reserves being transferred to the People for the Common Welfare.
When the yuan depreciates, the People For the Common Health and Welfare are required to transfer more reserves.
The PCC can also print money, but this is extremely expensive.
In 2018, the PCC issued a note worth about US$US1,500 per yuan.
It was worth $US50 million at the time.
This rate is set to be raised by a small amount in 2020.
The yuan is also very volatile.
Its value can change at any time, as Chinese investors can buy it