Chinese growth facing obstacles, not threats
Sep 29, 2006 | 06:24 PM
| Rory Carroll
Although there are several obstacles to sustained Chinese growth during the next few years, none of them are likely to put a major dent in China's economic expansion, as the nation continues to thrive on the world economic stage, according to David Abramson, managing editor for BCA Research, a Montreal-based investment research company.
Speaking at AMM's China Summit conference in Vancouver, he said China has avoided the typical boom-bust cycle by producing the commodities it needs with cheap labor, creating cheap goods, all while keeping inflation low.....
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