China: What Is The Worst Case Scenario?

October 2008
Emerging Markets Monitor;10/20/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 28, p9
Country Report
The article discusses an economic forecast for China. It is forecasted that of all growth drivers in the country goes down, economic development rate of China will go down to between five to six percent. It is asserted that the overall condition of the economy will remain dependent on the export industry.


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