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About Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Marc Faber <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Marc Faber: </b>High profile investment analyst and entrepreneur. Author of the Gloom Boom and Doom report.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “My sense is that at very best, the economy is growing at around 4 percent per annum but it could be lower.” in www.cnbc.com on 19th Jan 2016 and 0 commented
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About Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., it was said that Kyle Bass <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Kyle Bass: </b>Founded hedge fund Hayman Capital in Dallas, Texas in 2006</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> thinks: “expects a ‘hard landing’ for China and the global economy, but that it won’t be as bad as the 2007-09 financial crisis.” in www.valuewalk.com on 8th Nov 2015 and 0 commented
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About Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., David Stockman <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>David Stockman: </b>Former U.S. politician and businessman.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “There’s nothing like that in recorded history, nor is there any plausible reason to believe that an economy, which is basically under a command-and-control system that is run from the top down to the party cadres, could possibly create $26 Trillion in new debt in that period of time without massive inefficiencies in waste and mistakes everywhere within the systems, especially since they have no markets.” in www.zerohedge.com on 15th Feb 2015 and 0 commented
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About Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Equities (China) Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Equities (Australia) Australian equities<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Tim Dohrmann <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Tim Dohrmann: </b>Small Cap Analyst at www.MoneyMorning.com.au</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “The reality is that easier Chinese money will boost its economy and its stock market — and the prospects for Aussie stocks will follow suit.” in www.moneymorning.com.au on 24th Nov 2014 and 0 commented
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About Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Hugh Hendry <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Hugh Hendry: </b>Principal portfolio manager of Eclectica Asset Management.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “In terms of surprising you, I am more sanguine about China. Actually I’ve been rather impressed by their policy responses over the last two years.” in www.zerohedge.com on 22nd Nov 2014 and 0 commented
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About Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Bob Davis <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Bob Davis: </b>Senior editor, The Wall Street Journal</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “My own reporting suggests that we are witnessing the end of the Chinese economic miracle. We are seeing just how much of China’s success depended on a debt-powered housing bubble and corruption-laced spending. The construction crane isn’t necessarily a symbol of economic vitality; it can also be a symbol of an economy run amok.” in online.wsj.com on 21st Nov 2014 and 0 commented
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About Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Economy of Australia Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Economy of Canada Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Mike Shedlock (Mish) <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Mike Shedlock: </b>Prolific blogger and investment advisor for Sitka Pacific Capital Management.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “China is going to slow, without a doubt, and commodity producer countries such as Australia and Canada will take a hit.” in globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com.au on 6th Sep 2014 and 0 commented
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About Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Jim Chanos <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Jim Chanos: </b>CEO of Manhattan-based Kynikos Associates. Famous short-seller.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “It's much less of an export economy than most people think. Net exports - exports minus inputs was only a couple of percent of GDP ... so this is still basically a bifurcated economy - consumption and investment, and they've got to flip it.” in www.businessinsider.com on 25th Jul 2014 and 2 commented
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About Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Xi Jinping neutral sentiment , Jim Chanos <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Jim Chanos: </b>CEO of Manhattan-based Kynikos Associates. Famous short-seller.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “The anti-corruption drive, which is something we've been focusing on for the last year and a half, since Xi Jinping has been in power, is actually much more than that, ... It now appears to us to be a far more serious effort to cleanse the party ... and it's having an effect on the economy - a large number of things like apartment sales, high-end luxury products, were bought with basically dirty money.” in www.businessinsider.com on 25th Jul 2014 and 3 commented
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About Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Jim Chanos <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Jim Chanos: </b>CEO of Manhattan-based Kynikos Associates. Famous short-seller.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “Not much has changed except the credit bubble has gotten bigger ... everything we talked about in 2010 has basically doubled.” in www.businessinsider.com on 25th Jul 2014 and 2 commented
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