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This is ARTNeT Book Review No. 30, "China’s Super Consumers ", reviewed by Jiasu Deng. A half century ago, the increasing household income drove up the consumption level in the United States, contributing to social development and reshaping the global economic landscape. Now as the fast-growing middle class in China gradually becomes the country’s major source of productivity, a rapidly expanding group of Chinese wealthy consumers are changing the world at a pace unprecedented in human history, and in ways almost impossible to foresee even a few years before.

This is ARTNeT Book Review No. 30, "China’s Super Consumers ", reviewed by Jiasu Deng.

A half century ago, the increasing household income drove up the consumption level in the United States, contributing to social development and reshaping the global economic landscape. Now as the fast-growing middle class in China gradually becomes the country’s major source of productivity, a rapidly expanding group of Chinese wealthy consumers are changing the world at a pace unprecedented in human history, and in ways almost impossible to foresee even a few years before.

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