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Leading a 0.8% decline in Shanghai overnight was a 3.3% fall in SAIC Motor - China's largest...

Leading a 0.8% decline in Shanghai overnight was a 3.3% fall in SAIC Motor - China's largest automaker - after the company reported sales unexpectedly shrinking for the first time in 8 months. Goldman Sachs piles on, saying Chinese copper and aluminum demand is set to plunge over the next 15 months.
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  • elroy
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    Analysts seem to think a long term growth rate is bad.....only exponential growth is acceptable.
    30 Oct 2012, 01:59 PM Reply Like
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