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The Risks of China's Failure – and Success - Project Syndicate

China is the one country that might be able to jump-start the sputtering global economy's recovery; and yet its own economic growth is based on a foundation that is increasingly showing signs of strain. The dilemma is that both Chinese failure and ...and more »

This is the most useless number in global finance, and everyone needs to stop being obsessed with it - Business Insider

moscow circus bear It's a sideshow, people. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk If you're trying to understand what's going on with China's economy, then looking at GDP should be really far down on your list of things to do. In fact, it's pretty much useless ...and more »

China posts slowest quarterly growth in seven years - CNNMoney

China is getting a slow start out of the gate this year, growing at its slowest pace in seven years during the first quarter. Gross domestic product expanded by 6.7% in the three months ended March, compared with the same period a year earlier ...and more »

China's economy expanded 6.7% on-year in Q1, versus 6.8% in Q4 - CNBC

The world's second-largest economy expanded 6.7 percent on-year in the first quarter, slightly slower than the previous quarter's 6.8 percent pace, according to official data released on Friday. The results were bang in line with market expectations ...and more »

CHINA GDP IS DEAD IN LINE AT 6.7% - Business Insider Australia

China's economy grew by 6.7% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2016, a figure that was bang in line with market expectations. The reading, down slightly on the 6.8% pace of Q4 2015, was the slowest year-on-year growth recorded since the March ...and more »

China GDP growth slips to 6.7% as stimulus eases slowdown - Financial Times

China's economy grew at an annual rate of 6.7 per cent in the first quarter of 2016, down slightly from the end of last year but comfortably within the government's targeted range, as housing and infrastructure cushioned a slowdown from financial ...and more »

Just How Big Is China's Impact On The World Economy? - Forbes

China will release first quarter GDP figures on Friday, reminding investors of the importance this country plays in world markets. Maybe more than ever. (AP Photo/Andy Wong). How big of a deal is China? Just ask Tata Steel , Vale , Rio Tinto . The list ...and more »

China reverts to bad old ways to prop up economy - CNNMoney

It was less than four months ago that China was sneezing and the rest of the world was catching a cold. Turmoil in Chinese equities and currency markets in early January spooked investors worldwide. The fear was that policymakers in Beijing were losing ...and more »

Horseman Emerging Market Fund March 2016 Letter – China appears to be at the limits of its debt capacity - ValueWalk

We recommend that investors register on our website as the preferred medium for communication and additional information on the Fund. Horseman Emerging Market Fund performance was hit hard in March as Janet Yellen re-established her dovish credentials ...and more »

China Eases Growth Slide With Debt-Driven Spending - Wall Street Journal

China's investment in factories, buildings and other fixed assets grew 10.7% over the first quarter. Above, a Chinese construction worker carries supplies in Beijing. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency. By. Mark Magnier. Mark Magnier. The Wall Street ...and more »