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Magnus: China’s leaders must choose: political power for them, or economic growth for China

Summary: Today’s post by A-team economist George Magnus discusses China’s economic challenges, especially the clash between its political and economic transitions. These are among the major unknowns affecting the future of China, that other pole of the world economy, {1st of 2 posts today.} Will, or can China put change before control? By George Magnus, …

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George Magnus explains events in China: no collapse, but serious problems

Summary: Continuing our quest to understand events at the other pole of the world economy, today’s post by A-team economist George Magnus explains the 3 key things to know about current events in China. China’s economy: no collapse, but it’s serious, and so are the politics By George Magnus, 1 September 2015 Reposted from his …

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The periphery of Europe – a flashpoint to the global economy

Introduction:  This is the fourth in a series of dashed off speculative opinions.  Normal procedure on the FM website for these topics would be 3 thousand word posts, supported by dozens of links.  I dont’ have the time to finish them, and too many of these outlines have accumulated in my drafts file.  Perhaps these will spark useful debate …

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