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The coming slowdown in China

China has had a stellar run during the past few decades, achieving sustained rates of growth only even previously seen in a handful of emerging economies. Most major forecasters expect this outperformance to continue for the foreseeable future. By contrast, we think that China’s growth rate will decline to as low as 2% by the end of the next decade.

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