When will China’s wealth ring up?

China has been one of the world’s wealthiest countries for decades, and that is a growing problem.

It’s estimated that China is the fifth-largest economy in the world.

But now the country is also experiencing a wealth boom.

That’s because of a booming stock market.

In fact, the country’s economy is growing at twice the rate of the rest of the developed world.

And that’s leading to a growing wealth gap.

The International Monetary Fund says the average Chinese household is now worth $10,000 less than it was in 2007, when the stock market crashed.

But even though the country has seen a boom in the stock markets, there’s still a lot of wealth left.

With China’s stock market soaring, its citizens have amassed a lot more wealth than ever before.

Now that it’s finally getting to the point where people can afford a nice home, they want to get their wealth back.

The global financial crisis hit China hard, as well as other developed nations, and has pushed them to become more cautious about what they invest.

That has led to a lot less wealth coming back into China.

So what do people do to get back on their feet?

China’s economy was born of a boom, and now the government has to manage that boom.

The country is still very much in its bubble phase.

The stock market is a good example.

At the time of the bubble, China was one of China’s top financial centers, but it had been in decline for some time.

The Chinese government was trying to boost the economy by buying up foreign assets and refining its economy.

As a result, China’s market value is now $1.8 trillion.

China’s share of global wealth is now roughly half of what it was before the crisis hit.

This is one of those times when there’s a lot that can happen at once.

For instance, China is investing in things like high-speed rail, so the government is building up infrastructure.

That also makes the Chinese economy more resilient in times of stress.

But it’s also been a big boon to China’s middle class, who have become wealthy thanks to the market boom.

In the past, the middle class was largely the backbone of China, but now that the country sees a lot going on in China, it’s become a more diverse group of people, too.

China is also investing in a lot other areas.

For example, its biggest investments are in health and education, which have helped China’s working-class people get back to the middle of the income distribution.

That means that they can enjoy more of the benefits of globalization, including better access to higher education and higher wages.

It also means China is getting a lot out of the global economy, which has brought prosperity to many of its citizens.

China has also seen a lot growth in its trade surplus, which helps it export goods and services to its neighbors and the rest to keep its economy growing.

The biggest beneficiaries of the wealth boom are the rich, because their incomes are rising faster than the rest.

So it’s a big problem for the rest as well.

As of 2014, China had the second-highest wealth disparity in the developed World, after Japan.

This means China now has about half the world income of all of its neighbors.

As the wealth gap grows, so does the wealth of its middle class.

This has made many middle class families feel insecure.

The middle class is one-third of China and the richest one-fourth of the whole world.

It means there’s no money for them to buy things like a nice house or a car.

So, in a way, China has become a rich country in a poor country.

And the middle classes are one-fifth of the population, and the middle-classers are the only ones who have the money to buy what they need.

What happens to the wealth that’s left over after all that?

The wealth is usually transferred to wealthy people and their heirs.

The wealth gap is particularly pronounced among the rich.

The top 1 per cent of Chinese people owns about 50 per cent the countrys wealth.

The bottom 80 per cent own just 12 per cent.

And this is the richest 1 per,000 people in the country.

This puts them in a position to make more money than their countrymen, which means they’re going to have more wealth to spend.

It makes them wealthier.

They also have a bigger share of the country and the world economy, so their wealth is more concentrated.

So that means China’s economic growth will slow as the wealth becomes more concentrated in the hands of a small group of powerful people.

That could be a problem for China’s government, which is trying to control the wealth and inflation of its economy to help make the economy stronger.

But there’s another way that China could become richer.

One of the ways that the economy could grow faster is if more wealth is returned to the economy through taxes.

That would help lift the middle and working classes out