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Seeking Greater Economic Stability in China

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Mon, 8 Mar 2010

Though 2009 was trying economically, the year of the ox showed China’s ability to bear substantial financial burdens. Chinese markets were among the first to recover from the Great Recession and helped pull the global economy forward, returning approximately 62% for the year and almost 10% during t

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