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China must boost education quality ‘to avoid middle income trap’, rising inequality

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China must improve enrolment and the quality of high school education, particularly in rural areas, if it is to transition to a high-income country, researchers say. Beijing has set its sights on growing gross national income per capita from US,410 in 2019, to at least US,536 by the end of 2025, the bar for becoming a high-income country according to World Bank standards. But with only a low proportion of China’s labour force having attended high school, it will face a steep challenge…

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China must improve enrolment and the quality of high school education, particularly in rural areas, if it is to transition to a high-income country, researchers say. Beijing has set its sights on growing gross national income per capita from US$10,410 in 2019, to at least US$12,536 by the end of 2025, the bar for becoming a high-income country according to World Bank standards. But with only a low proportion of China’s labour force having attended high school, it will face a steep challenge…

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