新西兰代写论文之China’s Current Social Status
Otherwise, the rapidly growing economic deduced a social inequality between urban and rural residents as well as the coastal and inland populace in China (Wong & Yu, 2002). In nowadays, China is a country where increasing inequality and also concerns about growing polarization (Zhang & Kanbur, 2001), that the rich in China keep getting richer and the poor becomes poorer. The disparity and polarization in China formulates the huge different consumption psychology between the higher income customers and the lower income customers (Wong and Yu, 2002). Therefore the Chinese customer could be quite different in various customer group. As the richer people consumes much more than the poorer in China (Wong and Yu, 2002), the group who earns the higher income would plays a more important role among China’s consume power, and in this research they are defined as the Chinese middle class.