The immediate global economic and market fallout from troubles at Chinese property developer Country Garden seems likely to be limited. Foreign exposure to China’s property sector has fallen sharply over recent years and policymakers should step in to prevent a meltdown in China. However, the developer’s problems are indicative of a structural downturn which will shape the global economy for years to come.
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