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Albert Edwards Needs To Know Why You’re Not Expecting A Hard Landing In China

"Chinese policy seems to swing from feast to famine."

"Chinese policy seems to swing from feast to famine."
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2 comments on “Albert Edwards Needs To Know Why You’re Not Expecting A Hard Landing In China

  1. Pingback: Contra Corner » The Red Ponzi’s Good Luck Club—Heading For A Hard Landing?

  2. Some expect a hard-landing, some don’t. Some of us think that this is an unprecedented experiment (unless you count The Great Leap Forward) and it’s seemingly at a critical phase that isn’t going as well as its designers and operators had hoped. I’m very dubious about how this all plays out but I really don’t think we have a good precedent for precisely what outcome we’ll see – be careful, be very careful https://www.cnbc.com/video/2018/06/29/china-needs-to-stimulate-its-weakening-economy-analyst-says.html

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