This article was posted on Tuesday, 07:07, UTC.
China has quickly become one of the most important parts of the global economy, as its GDP exploded in the past decades, and today a huge portion of the global growth is attributed to the country. This means that a crisis in the country would have a much larger effect on the global markets and economies than any time before. In the aftermath of the US credit crisis, China restarted its struggling economy with an enormous stimulus program that was fueled by cheap credit and central infrastructural projects. The corporate sector was also flooded with capital, in partly through the…
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