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The China Syndrome 2009

Posted by Larry Doyle on November 17th, 2009 11:53 AM |

I am typically reluctant to merely link to articles which I find extremely compelling and newsworthy. I thoroughly enjoy referencing other’s works while adding my own thoughts and perspectives. That said, every once in a while an article comes along which truly deserves to be highlighted in its entirety for its depth of detail and global perspective. I find it interesting that the article I find so compelling is produced not here in the United States, but in the United Kingdom. I thank KD for bringing it to my attention.

From the Telegraph.co.uk, China Has Now Become the Biggest Risk to the World Economy:

China has now become the biggest risk to the world economy

President Obama said before going to China this week that Asia can no longer live by shipping goods to Americans already in debt to their ears Photo: AP

“The inherent problems of the international economic system have not been fully addressed,” said China’s president Hu Jintao. Indeed not. China is still exporting overcapacity to the rest of us on a grand scale, with deflationary consequences.

While some fret about liquidity-driven inflation, Justin Lin, World Bank chief economist, said the greater danger is that record levels of idle plant almost everywhere will feed a downward spiral of job cuts and corporate busts. “I’m more worried about deflation,” he said. (more…)






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