Asia's Doctor Gloom

Alberts, Hana R.
June 2010
Forbes Asia;Jun2010, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p56
The article focuses on the predictions of economist Jim Walker, owner of research shop Asianomics, regarding the possibility of an economic collapse in China. It expresses Walker's view on the unsustainable economic growth of the country and wary about its gross domestic product (GDP) figures. Moreover, Walker warns about the sharp drop of the equity market in the country due to its current account imbalances, unrealistic currency exchange and price inflation.


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