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.

 

Access this publication and more, take our free trial subscription today.

Free Trial

Already a subscriber? Simply log in to view this article.

Save to Library

New Book

Making a Success of Brexit
and Reforming the EU

by Roger Bootle

"Outstanding - engaging - absorbing"
Daily Telegraph

Buy now on Amazon
We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Read our Cookie Policy for more information.