THE PLANK AUGUST 1, 2009
China’s stimulus package, which was unveiled in November, will spend an estimated $586 billion over the next two years to improve infrastructure, rebuild areas hit by natural disasters, and reform the economy. Not only does the China stimulus package represent a greater proportion of their GDP than the U.S. package, as Zachary Karabell argues in TNR today, it's also being used much more effectively.
Where exactly is the money going? Click through this slideshow to find out.
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