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(What's Left of) Our Economy: China's Still Taking the Easy -- Export-Led -- Way to Growth

Ever since the financial crisis of 2007-08 and the ensuing recession shifted global growth into a much slower gear, the world’s business and economic policy establishment has identified at least one likely silver lining: … 494 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

Last Friday, China’s GDP data for the first quarter of 2016 was released and it gave financial markets a sign of relief that the world’s second largest economy continues to hum along at a steady pace (at 6.7% y/y) with the tertiary sector continuing to drive growth. 835 more words

IMF Nudges Up China Growth Forecast, Cajoles On Reform

THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY Fund has nudged up its growth forecasts for China over the next couple of years. The latest update to its World Economic Outlook… 582 more words


The good things

I want to go through life as easily as possible. I want all of the good (spiritual) things that God has to offer (love, peace, joy unspeakable, favor, prosperity, etc.). 775 more words


Official Chinese state media often points to the growing service sector has a sign of China rebalancing away from an unsustainable investment-driven model of growth to a service-based economy that is more modern, environmentally-friend and represents the future of Chinese growth. 1,367 more words

Do I Need a Wheel Alignment or a Tire Rebalance? Let's Ask Andy!

What’s the difference between a wheel alignment and a wheel balancing?

While many consumers confuse the two, a wheel alignment and a tire rebalancing are two separate services. 729 more words

(What's Left of) Our Economy: China's Urgently Needed Rebalancing is Still MIA

One of the biggest hopes for vigorous, sustainable recoveries in the American and global economies is the widespread conviction that China will show real progress in shifting its growth strategy from one based on maximizing exports to one focused on expanding consumption at home. 471 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy