China and the Global Financial Crisis
Christopher A. McNally
Asia Pacific Bulletin, No. 26
Washington, D.C.: East-West Center
The impacts of the global financial crisis are now rippling across the globe, diminishing the demand for a broad range of goods and services and therefore raising the prospect of hard landings in emerging economies dependent on exports. The case of China is illustrative of how the broader economic downturn created by the global financial crisis is reverberating in Asia.
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