China Economic Slowdown it’s impact on India and Economy.

      China Economic Slowdown is big concern at international level. Impact of it on Indian economy we will look here.


   China’s economy grew 6.6 percent in 2018, its slowest speed in almost 30 years. Confirming a slowdown in the world’s 2nd largest economy that could threaten global growth hardly.

   After some year of breakneck expansion, the world’s 2nd largest economy is losing steam now.


    No any Western country has matched China’s 10% percent average annual GDP growth rate over a period of last 33 years. The period from 1978 to 2011. East coast cities of China are close to U.S. per capita GDP.

    The rest of the country will take another nearly 20 years to catch up. The average income in urban areas is double as

large as rural regions.

    TheTrepublic of China will reach 80% urbanization by 2030.


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   China has lifted almost 740 million people in rural areas out of poverty line from 1978 to 2017. Roughly 19 million each year

(According to data of Chinese Official.)

    The country has aim to further lift 10 million people out of poverty line this year and eradicate poverty by 2020 year.

     In China, those people who have an annual income lower than 2,300

yuan ( or 335 U.S. dollars) are considered as living below the poverty line in China.


     The`Tendulkar poverty line’ in India

Which categorised people who are earning less than Rs. 33 a day are poor.

Annual 12 thousand rupees (The Tendulkar committee stipulated a benchmark of daily per capita expenditure of Rupees 27 and Rupees 33 in rural and urban areas, respectively, and arrived at a cut-off of about 22% of the population below the poverty line.)


    The People’s Republic of China is the world’s 2nd largest economy by nominal GDP. It is the world’s largest economy by purchasing power of parity.

     The country has nearly an estimated $23 trillion worth of natural resources. 90% of which are coal and rare earth metals situated.

     China also has the world’s largest total banking sector of assets of nearly $39.9 trillion (252 trillion CNY) with $26.54 trillion in total deposits.


      China, the world’s 2nd largest economy, has recently reported that its exports for mobth december 2018 fell by 4.4%, the

sharpest fall in two years of amidst rising trade tensions with the U.S. and fears of a global economic slowdown.

      Further, China’s trade surplus with the U.S. has increased it to 323 billion dollar. Its highest level of since 2016 and up 17%

from a previous time. This is probably to put added pressure on Chinese exports to the U.S.

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    Besides, Chinese factory activity is contracted to a 2year low by the end of december 2018 while car sales in 2018 dropped for the first time since 1990, pointing towards faltering demand from

Chinese consumers.

      There are increasing fears about the Chinese government may further drop its economic growth target to 6% in 2019, from 6.5% in 2018.

      Given its implications for the global growth and markets across the world have naturally been worried about the fate of the Chinese economy now.


     China’s stock market, in particular area , is the worst-performing amongst major economies in the year 2018.

      Apple, Jaguar Land Rover and other companies have recently warned of weak

earnings due to a slowdown in their sales in Chinas market.

      Responding to fears of a serious slowdown in China in the economy, the People’s Bank of China (Head Bank) on 16th January, 2019 injected cash worth of $83 billion into the economy through open market operations.

      It is in order to boost lending of bank and overall economic growth of China. It is believed that the Chinese government may be prepping for a push worth trillions of yuans to step up spending in the Chinese economy.


• Decline in Exports from China.

• Failure of the Structural adjustment.

• Unfavourable Demographic pattern responsible.

• Fears of rising debt bubble also causing.



     Interest Rate cuts-: PBoC has cut down interest rates deeply. It relaxed the reserve

requirements and cut interest rates 5ve times since November last year.

    People’s Bank of China (PBoC) has reduced the share of assets that commercial banks has to hold as reserves. Doing such things gives institutions more leeway for lending, which is particularly beneficial to sector like real estate and industry.

     Currency Devaluation-: PBoC also devalued Yuan currency multiple times from August 2015 to January 2016 to boost the exports of China.


    From the start of economic growth of China India’s largest trading partner in goods – started slowing down.

    concerns have been slightly raised over its possible impact on the Indian economy and market.

   Total India exports to China in 2017-18 was stood at $13.33 billion which was lower than $14.82 in 2013-14.


• Low Commodity Prices- The lower commodity prices could work an advantage as it seeks to revive its own manufacturing sector and try attract foreign companies to ‘make in India’.

• Deficit and inflation management- Oil prices are already taking a

beating, with in global slowdown and a possible US-Iran deal, China only nudged

the prices lower. For India, low oil prices will help in controlling its deficit and

keeps inflation under its check.

• Investment– The big push for India infrastructure development perhaps could

get a boost from cheaper Chinese funds and resources from it. The development of

India’s high-speed project like rail network, renewable energy sector, smart cities and

more importantly, the manufacturing sector will become more feasible in the wake of reduced possibilities and more opportunities for companies in China.

     Stocks of India, as a result, are reasonably valued despite their strong run, and could find it easier to attract foreign institutional investor (FII) money in India.


     The World Bank expects that India to post 7.3% an annual growth this year and 7.5% over the further two years.

     India’s middle class community buying more is expected to help boost growth sector in the country. Despite a major

political event coming in this year in the form of Loksabha elections, that steady growth is expected to continue reported.

     So, it was complete analysis on China’s Economic Slowdown and it impact.

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