Hard Landing in China: Who Feels It Worst?

What’s the greatest risk to the global economy in 2015? Europe’s stuttering economy is a big one. Ever-present geopolitical risk is another. But the possibility of a hard landing in China looms largest. Long-running concerns still remain: oversupply in the housing market, the heavy debt burden of credit-fueled growth, and investment as a share of GDP that’s more than twice as high as the developing world average. And new concerns continue to pile up: housing prices have fallen for six months in a row, near-record capital outflows, and deposit growth is currently running close to a record low. – See more at: http://www.thefinancialist.com/a-hard-landing-in-china-who-feels-it-worst/#sthash.PEsrb6T3.dpuf
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