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19 February 2010

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Chinese economic growth

Along with its growth, developing countries would provide a greater influence on the world economy. Likewise with the impact of the growth of new trade corridors. Nearly 85% of the world population is increasingly interconnected through trade, thus allowing the number of people who will contribute to the global economy.

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