 Single party  Government  Democratic
state governor type & country
POLITICAL  Political  Government
stability  Freedom of policies
 Proper laws and press, rule of  Current
legal law, legislation (local
framework corruption and
 Government  Regulation/d international)
policies e-regulation  Regulatory
 Favorable labor trends agencies
laws  Social and  Low level
 Favorable employment corruption
policies for legislation  Political change
foreign  Oldest (election)
investment democracy
 Lack of the rule (Kiki’s
of law dreamland)
(no man

 Population :-  Population :-  Population :-
1.35 billion 0.318 billion 23.6 million
(2012) (2014) (2014)
 GDP(PPP) :-  GDP(PPP) :-  GDP(PPP) :-
$14.625 Trillion $17.528 $1.041 Trillion
Per Capita :- Trillion Per Capita :-
$10,695 (2014) Per Capita :- $44,346 (2014)
GDP(Nominal) : $54,980 GDP(Nominal) :-
- $10.028 (2014) $1.436 trillion
trillion GDP(Nominal Per capita :-
Per capita :- ) :- $17.528 $61,137(2014)
$7,333(2014) trillion  GDP Growth
 GDP Growth Per capita :- Annually :-3.6 %
Annually :-10.5 $549,80(201  Unemployment
% 4) rate :- 5.1%
 Unemployment  GDP Growth  Inflation rate :-
rate :- 6.1% Annually :- 2-3%
 Inflation rate :- 4.6 % (Wikipedia)
3.2%  Unemployme
(Wikipedia) nt rate :-

6% 11% 9.2%  Literacy rate – 95.6% -65 years and 0.8%  Literacy rate Unaffiliated – – 99% 54. 1.  Polarized Putonghua population (mandarin)  High  Lack of education healthcare (wiki) services in rural areas . Judaism – 26% 14.1% SOCIAL 78.1% English Muslim – 1.7% Non-Christian – 55-64 years.2% 0.2% 0.1% (wiki) Buddhist – Don’t know – 18.1% Unaffiliated – 99%  Religions :.7% Other Christian – 25-54 years.8% Christian –  Language – 5.7% 1. 16.  Religion :- 0-14 years– Christian – Anglican – 26.3% 47.4%  Language – over-9. Islam – 0.5% Roman catholic – 17.6% Hinduism – Other – 12.  Religion :. Buddhism – 24.9%  Inflation rate:-2.1% 15-24 years.4% Other faith – English  Literacy rate :.1% (wiki)  Age structure :.2%  Interesting  Chinese prefer healthcare first mover system  Language :. 5.

mbps speed.2012) .1 billion  Railway world third largest system  Roadway 3.  Internet users –  Internet 389 million subscribe – TECHNOLOGI  Airports – 507 6.438 miles (1.) Lane lines – 278.3715 km(2007) world second largest  Technology is becoming cheaper  Technology system is on world number one  China telecom alone serves 55 million broadband subscribers (no man ghalib.7 million CAL  Railway – (2006) 53.58.1 million  Telecommunica Are using 1.86 million Mobile – 1.5 tion :.

contractual joint ventures. has been described by world readers and academicians as the world’s most important bilateral relations of the century. . currently.000 equity joint ventures. including. Mainland china has increasingly become the last link in a long chain of value added production. where each nation regards each other as a potential adversary as well as a strategic partner. China and United States. direct investment by the US in main land china covers a wide range of manufacturing sectors. and wholly foreign owned enterprises in mainland china. China remains the largest foreign creditor to the United States. It started building the hankow – canton railroad to link central and southern china. restaurants chains and petrochemicals.China – us relationship: Chinese – US relations refer to international relation between the United States and the people’s republic of china. the United States has the world’s largest economy and china the second largest. political. china and the United States have mutual. We companies have entered agreements establishing more than 20. In September 2009. China and we resumed trade relations in 1972 and 1973. but not limited to. On the whole. economic and security interests. As of 2014. China – united States relations have generally been stable with some periods of open conflict. a trade dispute emerged between Chinese and US. several large projects. US import valuation over counts china: there has been a shift of low end assembly industries to mainland china from newly industrialized countries in Asia. The American china development company. the prevention of terrorism and the proliferation of nuclear weapons. the American dream getting rich by investing in china selling to hundreds o millions of Chinese was almost always a failure. It only managed to finish 30 miles of line. founded in 1895 by j.p Morgan and Andrew Carnegie sought to provide the American capital and management that would generate a rapid industrialization of china.

Today. The bilateral trade between the two countries is worth A$105 billion in 2010/2011. while China's export to Australia was worth A$41. China is Australia's biggest trading partner mainly due to China's strong demand for iron ore. China has acknowledged in principle the importance of protection of human rights and has claimed to have taken steps to bring its own human rights practices into conformity with international norms. China is Australia's largest trading partner. there was still serious backsliding. East Asia Summit and the G20. toys. And others on human rights. but that has somewhat heated . Exports to China helped Australia escape the worst effects of the global economic meltdown over the past two years. These companies include Fortes cue Metals Group. BHP Billiton and Xstrata who have major Australian operations. and has invested in Australian mining companies to help meet the needs of their growing economy. Both countries are actively engaged economically. cultural and politically which spans numerous organizations such as APEC. computers. the United States declared that despite some positive momentum that year and greater signs that the people’s republic of china was willing to engage with the US.8 billion. prams and sporting equipment. The Chinese commerce minister accused the US of a “grave act of trade protectionism. Rio Tinto. Many major Australian mining companies rely heavily on China and other growing big economies such as India for exports. China has one of the largest foreign reserves in the world. China exports mainly clothing.which came after the US imposed 35 percent on Chinese tire imports. Initially fears of Chinese investment in the resource sector similar to the sentiments on Japanese investments in Australia in the 1980s. China – Australia relationship: Australia relations refer to the relations between the Commonwealth of Australia and the People's Republic of China. Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established on 21 December 1972. Australia's exports to China totaled A$64.” In 2003. The relationship between China and Australia has grown considerably over the years.1 billion in 2010–2011 periods. telecommunications equipment and components. coal and liquefied natural gas.

Australia has been a vital source of the high technology needed for China to enforce its claims to vast reaches of the western Pacific.up and dissipated depending on the investments which were scrutinized by the Foreign Investment Review Board and politicians. . On 8 April 2013. Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced the deal that the Australian dollar is set to become only the third currency after the US dollar and the Japanese Yen to trade directly with the Chinese Yuan during a trip to Shanghai. Australia is focused on investments which have a win in situations with participation of local company’s participation and jobs growth. including the base technology for the design of the boat.