China Economics

China Economics Focus

3 July, 2017

Is China’s recovery faltering?

China’s stimulus-driven recovery is over. Key risks, in particular around the currency, have dissipated, so the coming slowdown should be mild. But the economy’s structural problems are not being addressed. Prospects for growth further ahead are therefore increasingly poor.

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