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China’s Locomotive Can Still Pull EM Growth, But Slower Speeds Reduce Risk of Derailment

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Mon, 15 Jul 2013

As emerging markets investors, we pay a lot of attention to China. It matters for global financial markets and for global trade. Over the last several months, we have been hearing more and more about the rising risk of a hard landing in China. Weaker-than-expected economic data1, concerns about dec

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