China Economics

China Economics Focus

28 June, 2016

Is the China crisis over?

A year after tumbling equity prices in China triggered fears about a collapse in the economy, the crisis many feared has not materialised. While more jitters are possible, a slump in growth over the months ahead remains unlikely. But slow progress in tackling the structural weaknesses in China’s economy has made the medium-term outlook more precarious.


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