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Economic commentators have often expressed concerns that economic growth in China is unbalanced, with an unsustainable reliance on investment-driven growth. Here, we make comparisons with two other Asian economies, and look at the evidence for a counter-argument that the imbalance merely reflects a shift from an agricultural, rural economy to a more productive and urban economy. Read more
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Markets: Asian stocks rose, with Japan’s benchmark index reaching a one-month high, and the yen weakened after Tokyo was selected to host the 2020 Olympics. Metals rallied and the won gained on improving Chinese exports and easing concerns over a reduction in U.S. stimulus. (Bloomberg) (Financial Times) Read more