Delfeld, Carl
March 2009
Forbes Asia;3/16/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p40
The article presents information on commerce in China, with reference to its market risk. As stated, China's export- and investment-led economy is reeling and many analysts are still clutching at their 8% growth targets for 2009. China import levels are reflecting its weakening economy, with Japanese exports to China falling 45% in January 2009. While China is sitting on a $2 trillion war chest, the quarterly pace of accumulation in its foreign exchange reserves plunged 74% during 2008.


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