Economic history of China (pre-1911)  

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The economic history of China stretches over thousands of years and has undergone alternating cycles of prosperity and decline. According to the book 'China and the Knowledege Economy: Seizing the 21st century', China was for a large part of the last two millennia the world's largest.

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