China's economy: Dim sums - The Economist

China's economy: Dim sums

China's economy: Dim sums - The Economist
China's economy: Dim sums
Published Aug 21, 2004
443 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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China may have invented the abacus, but its statistics are dreadful HOW rapidly is China's economy slowing? This question is key for assessing the chances of the country's red-hot economy achieving a soft landing rather than coming down...

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