Originally Posted by audreyh1
I heard a theory that the hyper growth has been partly due to the 2008 Olympics, and that some of it will evaporate afterwards.
Who knows. I don't follow China. Just something I heard.....
I read an article a while back written by Li Yining. He gave reasons for why post-Olympic life wouldn't be the end of economic growth in China, not that he was expecting growth that's as fast as it has been.
I thought the article was on his blog, but apparently it's not. This is something that is essentially the same idea of what I referred to. If I find the exact thing I was looking for, I'll let you know. À÷ÒÔÄþ£ºÖÐ¹ú¾*¼Ã²»»á³öÏÖ¡°°ÂÔËºó»¬ÆÂÏÖÏó¡±
(In the picture, there's what will be the Olympic stadium and the aquatics center (up front)). Edited: Here's more on it, but still not exactly what I was looking for.
Blog's here though if you want to read it: À÷ÒÔÄþ-ËÑºü²©¿Í
He's an official though, so that has to be taken into account.