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To where disappeared the economic growth?

High economic growth didn’t end at seventies as some may claim, just turned around the corner. After the traditionally developed West European, Japan and North American countries accomplished twenty years of intense, post war reconstruction and economic growth, and continued with milder growth rates from the seventies, the economic growth started in the Asian Tigers, like Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong, etc. 214 more words

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China’s Economic Growth Looks Strong. Maybe Too Strong.

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By KEITH BRADSHER

The New York Times
JAN. 18, 2018

An apartment complex under construction on the outskirts of Beijing. The costs of China’s economic growth have included a city-centric policy that has uprooted of tens of millions of workers.  845 more words

An Economy of One - January 11, 2018

Hour 1:Chinese debt and the dollar’s strength; Petrodollar; Gordon Chang; The sugar tax strikes Seattle, WA https://aneconomyofone.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/1-11-18-hr-1_mixdown.mp3

Hour 2: How statistics can be skewed using mathematics ( 33 more words

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China manufacturing activity slows in December

AFP

© AFP/File | China’s manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI), a gauge of factory conditions, stood at 51.6 in December, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said, compared to 51.8 in November… 218 more words

Google’s Holiday Gift To China

There are only three shopping days remaining until Christmas Eve! Have you purchased and wrapped all of the presents on your Gift List?

Some of us, of course, confront more difficult challenges than others in choosing appropriate gifts for recipients. 289 more words

Global Economy

Western China Observers Have to Give up Doomsdays Prediction

Accept the rise of China as pessimist predictions have always been wrong. That is Jeremy Goldkorn’s message in his SubChina post “The pessimists have always been wrong” yesterday, full text of which is reblogged below: 218 more words