China's Growth Slows

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China has pushed global economic growth since 2007. Its double digit growth in the face on economic uncertainty has provided optimism in financial markets and opportunities for investors to keep money in circulation. Yet, many fear China has a housing bubble that is getting ready to burst. A bursting bubble in China has the potential to severally hurt the prospect of a steady recovery from the great recession.


Inhibitors:

1. China’s large foreign reserves allowing for investment in local economy 2. China's population increasing consumption 3. China’s high saving rate allowing citizen to invest in multiple properties

Enablers:

1. Dollar gaining on euro increasing cost for Chinese citizen to purchase goods from EU zone 2. Struggling US economy requiring foreign investment to service government expenditures


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