China Central Area’s Economic Growth Mechanism Analysis

Ying LIU, Yang WANG


Through the regression analysis of the related data collected from 1991 to 2005 in China different economic areas, this paper has indicated the China central area’s economic growth mechanism. The result shows that consumption demand is the dominating factor driving the central area’s economic growth, while the investment demand and the exporting oriented economy have relatively little effects.
Key words: central area’s economic growth, consumption demand , investment demand, exporting oriented economy
Résumé: A travers l’analyse des données recueillies de 1991 à 2005 dans de différents domaines économiques de la Chine, cet article indique la voie de croissance économique de la région centrale chinoise. Le résultat montre que la demande de consommation est un facteur dominant qui pousse la croissance économique tandis que la demande d’investissement et l’économie d’exportation exercent des effets relativement petits.
Mots-Clés: croissance économique de la région centrale, demande de consommation, demande d’investissement, économie d’exportation

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