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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 »

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 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 services.and more »

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

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. Still, whenever it comes out, the world ...and more »

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

How big of a deal is China? Just ask Tata Steel , Vale , Rio Tinto . The list is long of steel makers and iron ore exporters that have been crushed by Chinese oversupply. About 15,000 British jobs are at risk if India-owned Tata Steel cannot find a ...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: out with the old economy - Financial Times

China's economic growth rate last year was its lowest in 25 years and is continuing to decrease. But while the “old China” is in decline, newer sectors of the economy are flourishing. Heavy industry and low-end manufacturing are suffering from the end ...and more »

China GDP: Economy slows to 6.7% in first quarter - BBC News

China's economy grew at an annual rate of 6.7% in the first quarter of the year, says the government. It is the slowest quarterly growth in the Chinese economy in seven years, but in line with expectations and China's own growth targets. In the final ...and more »

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

BEIJING—More credit and debt-fueled spending helped China ease a slide in growth, though the momentum may prove short-lived and risks exacerbating ills that have dragged on the economy for years. After wobbling at the start of the year, the world's ...and more »

Chinese economy shows signs of debt-fueled recovery - Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) - China posted its slowest economic growth since 2009 but a surge of new debt appears to be fueling a recovery in factory activity, investment and household spending in the world's second largest economy. Labourers work on the ...and more »