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China’s Urbanisation Myth Bites The Dust

By John Richardson

THE blog would again be in the position of being able to afford a yacht in Monte Carlo if it had a dollar, even in an Australian dollar these days, for every time it has heard the …

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It Is Now Down To Seven Guys In A Room

 Source of picture: China Daily

 

By John Richardson

The famous investor, Jim Chanos, warned three years years ago that the West places an inordinate amount of trust in “nine guys in a room” (i.e. China’s Politburo Standing Committee) getting it …

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China And Demographics

OUR last four blog posts have focused on some of the big challenges confronting China’s economy over the next 12-18 months.

Today we again switch our focus to how major changes in demographics could adversely impact longer-term growth prospects.

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China Urbanisation Complications

 By John Richardson

EVERY time you come back to the subject of China, it becomes ever-more complex and uncertain.

An excellent example is an article published in the academic journal, Eurasian Geography and Economics, in February, by University of Washington …

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