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If the China ‘Bubble’ Bursts…

International Economy poses the somewhat loaded question to 30 pundits, including my CIS colleague John Lee. My answer would be ‘go back and look what happened in 1998-99.’ China has grown in importance since, not least to Australia, but Australia has already weathered a scenario in which East Asia and commodity prices crashed.

posted on 22 December 2010 by skirchner in Economics, Financial Markets

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