Overcapacity in China: Causes, Impacts, and Recommendations - 中国产能过剩研究 - 成因、影响和建议 Go back »


Overcapacity is a blight on China’s industrial landscape, affecting dozens of industries and wreaking far-reaching damage on the global economy in general, and China’s economic growth in particular. Yet it is a strangely under-studied and seldom-examined phenomenon.

In the Summer and Autumn of 2009, the European Chamber and Roland Berger Strategy Consultants set out to examine to what extent overcapacity harms China’s economic development and contributes to rising trade tensions, and to provide suggestions on how this increasingly urgent problem could be addressed.

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