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How much does china matter?

In an online posting, The Economist magazine wonders aloud if China mattes as much as most of us have come to believe. The premise revolves around domestic spending. In a related exchange between the magazine and some some of its readers (click here) the rationale is hugely debated. It makes for interesting reading.


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