The Global Implications of China's Energy Transition
Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service
No country has made a bigger splash on global energy markets than China. In the last few decades, China’s dramatic growth in energy consumption has made it a price setter on a host of energy and natural resource commodities. Today, China’s energy system is undergoing a major transition as the country’s economy has entered a “new normal,” defined by slower rates of economic growth and a greater focus on a qualitative yardstick for economic development. What are the key features of China’s ongoing energy transition and their major global implications?
Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Asian Studies Program.
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