No Bubbles in Beijing

Biggs, Barton
February 2010
Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);2/8/2010 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 155 Issue 6, p16
In this article the author discusses an aspect of the Chinese economy. The central focus of the article is the author's contention that the Chinese economy is genuinely expansive, not artificially inflated by government action. Among other issues the author examines the Chinese economy relative to economic issues in Japan in the 1990s.


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