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Why China’s GDP growth is likely to stabilize after 2017

Overview

China followed its sharp credit-fuelled increase in growth and significant overinvestment in the industrial sectors after the 2008 crisis with disinflation in the CPI and, even more important, rapid deflation in producer prices. The slowing down of producer price index (PPI) deflation this summer has major implications for the economy over the next two to three...

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