China is a nation that has a population of roughly 7.5 billion people.
But the nation is only worth a little more than $1.3 trillion, or just under 0.5% of the world’s total wealth.
In this week’s Fortune Money article, we examine the wealth gap in China.
What it means for you, your family, and the future of your wealth.
Read moreFrom 2008 to 2016, China’s stock market soared by more than 30% while China’s GDP rose by roughly 30%.
And since the global financial crisis in 2008, China has seen a rapid economic recovery, with economic growth outpacing inflation.
China has become the fastest-growing economy in the world and the world is on track to become the third-largest economy in less than a decade.
But China’s growth is not sustainable for the foreseeable future.
In order to remain a growing economy, China will need to keep up its rapid growth rates.
To do that, China must focus on making the economy more efficient and productive, which means more people and more capital.
For the past 10 years, China is spending money to improve its productivity and efficiency.
For example, the government recently approved a plan to increase the productivity of factories and to reduce the need for capital.
The new reforms will help make China’s economy more productive.
But to achieve these gains, China needs to invest in its economy.
The government needs to do a better job of providing infrastructure, for example, to help grow China’s economic growth.
And to increase its economic productivity, China also needs to improve the efficiency of its financial system.
While the government has made progress in improving the efficiency and productivity of its economy, there is still much work to be done.
China’s financial system is the world leader in financial services, and China’s biggest financial institution is China Unicom.
While China’s banking system is far more complicated, it is far less complicated than the United States or Japan’s financial systems.
To improve the overall efficiency and efficiency of China, the Chinese government needs an overhaul.
While China’s reform plans will not be easy to implement, it seems like a good idea to do so in order to better align China’s future growth with the nation’s economic needs.