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Post time 2009-2-11 15:28:41 |Display all floors
China's economy won't rebound in 2010. China is going to be in a recession if it isn't already in one. The last quarter is estimated to have actually seen a contraction when measured quarter-over-quarter as opposed to year-over-year. Anyone who think China can grow in perpetuity is deluding themselves. Recessions are really a healthy and inevitable economic response to human excess. Lacking sound financial behavior recessions will always occur and trying to maintain growth is likely only to worsen the impact of the inevitable contraction.

China won't suffer like the U.S. but China will have trouble.

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Post time 2009-2-11 15:52:27 |Display all floors
Satsu,

Sales due to government subsidies don't positively impact economic growth, they just shift around the assets.
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Post time 2009-2-11 15:55:16 |Display all floors
Originally posted by interesting at 2009-2-11 16:52
Satsu,

Sales due to government subsidies don't positively impact economic growth, they just shift around the assets.



Are you talking about America's experience or what is still to come?

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Post time 2009-2-11 18:25:39 |Display all floors
Originally posted by interesting at 2009-2-11 16:52
Satsu,

Sales due to government subsidies don't positively impact economic growth, they just shift around the assets.

Interesting,
In other words, GM receiving 10’s of billions from the fed which they’ll never be able to pay back.
Their sales increase [stock price] therefore is ‘shifting assets’.
Strange enough, I must agree with you
What a number game.

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Post time 2009-2-12 12:55:10 |Display all floors
Shameless,

Well, in that case it's not really "shifitng" around, it's being thrown into a hole.
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Post time 2009-2-12 12:57:09 |Display all floors

Reply #15 kodama's post

Guangdong government still recorded a 5% increase in electricity consumption in January 2009.

so in all indication, there would still be on target for a 8% growth at minimum there!


growing from a low base, if done properly would mean CHINA can experience continuous growth for a long time to come.

Hey!

China per capita income is around US$2,800 in 2009.....
still a long way from other states in the Trade route and easy to copy...


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Post time 2009-2-12 12:58:50 |Display all floors

Reply #19 interesting's post

Amerikan Regime should be spending money to support new jobs that are invested in structural economic changes.



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