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Appendix to The Quality of China ’ s GDP Statistics

  title={Appendix to The Quality of China ’ s GDP Statistics},
  author={Carsten A. Holz},
☆ The author is a professor of economics in the Social S while on no-pay leave from HKUST to visit the Stanford International Development is gratefully acknowledged. ⁎ Social Science Division, Hong Kong University of Sci E-mail addresses: carstenholz@gmail.com, socholz@ 1 See Los Angeles Times, 29 October 2011. The U.S. Em mation regarding health and security risks are beingma China's, they were causing ‘confusion’ and undesirable ‘ 2 New York Times (22 June 2012) and theWall Street 3 New York… 

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