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- By 2015 Hard Commodity Prices Will Have Collapsed
- Debating Growth In China
- The Japan Debt Disaster And China's (Non)Rebalancing
- The World Bank Proposes Tough Medicine For China
- When Will China Emerge From The Global Crisis?
- If No Trade Reversal Now, Then When?
- Will Greece Unravel By Christmas?
BRICs To The Rescue
Oct. 6, 2011 • 16 Comments
- The Euro... Again
- Are The U.S. And Europe Headed Down Japan's Road?
- Some Predictions For The Rest Of The Decade
- Would It Really Matter If China Stopped Buying U.S. Bonds?
- China: No Hard Landing, But No Solution
- The Current Account Dilemma
China: Incentives and Debt
Jul. 7, 2011 • 13 Comments
- Small Companies Feel the Pain in China
- Spain Must Take the Lead in Europe
- Chinese Trade and the RMB
- China's Real Estate: Looking for Debt
- China: Rebalancing Through Wage Increases
- Is It Time for the U.S. to Disengage the World From the Dollar?
- Chinese Recycling and U.S. Interest Rates
- The Dollar, The RMB and the Euro
- Zaiteku and China's January Inflation
- Chinese Stock Markets and European Politics
- Is China a 'Currency Manipulator'?
- How Big Is Chinese GDP?
- The Real Cost of Chinese NPLs
- What Happened to China's Lending Quota?
- Looking at Chinese Growth in 2011
- The Rough Politics of European Adjustment
- Chinese Inflation and European Defaults