Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Lack of Welfare State Increases China's Savings Rate

This Reuters story tells of how savings in "communist" China is high because it lacks a welfare state. The article seems to assume that this is a bad thing that the Chinese government should fix by introducing "cradle to grave welfare" for all, but in reality the high savings rate boosts Chinese growth by providing for more capital investments.


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