April 28, 2014

China's Crisis Is Coming

Prasenjit Basu, Financial Times

The Associated Press

In a country that already accounts for half of all capital-intensive production globally, and nearly a fifth of all US imports, the growth of manufacturing will inevitably slow. A thriving service sector could pick up some of the slack. But building more houses and railways is not the way to encourage it.

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