How China's Economic Slowdown Is Rippling Why China and the U.S. Are Vying for Dominance 1 day ago   02:59

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Slower growth in China is affecting everything from smartphone sales to oil exports, and companies and countries in its orbit are beginning to feel the crunch. Photo Composite: Crystal Tai

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Agus Santoso
I know you are happy
Bran Evans
When are they going to pay for the intellectual property thefts of the 1980s to the present day? I estimate they owe the U.S. $50 trillion. Pay what you owe China !!!!!!
TheBluePC 5
Japan.exe missing from the map
TheBluePC 5
That means next superpower is India not China. Well it's better for Russia and Israel
Jason funk_
naive WSJ
Jeffrey Kalb
The Chinese economy is not "slowing down." It is at a standstill or contracting. All the numbers are falsified in China. They have had little real growth since 2008, and what they have had was bought at the price of incredible debt.
Jeffrey Kalb
The Chinese economy is not "slowing down." It is at a standstill or contracting. All the numbers are falsified in China. They have had little real growth since 2008, and what they have had was bought at the price of incredible debt.
ADV Taiwan
Biggest producers for US semiconductors are made in Republic Of China , Taiwan (中華民國臺灣) not mainland China. China's economy slowing hasn't effected us in Taiwan.

自由中國中華民國臺灣省萬歲!美國萬歲
打倒習近平獨裁者,消滅共產黨!復興中華文化!
Yoyo HB
The f*cking trade war is a big issue of chinese economic slowing down.
Mason Watson
China's GDP measurement does not include undercover economies like gambles, economies related to individual' business like street food, the rental economy of self-living house (if you are living in a house but not renting it to others, you are assumed to be rent it to yourself, thus it is included in US GDP terms but not in China's). Moreover, most of the management of the provinces would like to conceal some of the province's economy performance since the central government will extract approximately 60% of the taxes of the province, thus, most of the local governments tend to conceal some of their economy performance to avoid their taxes being tunnelled. Seems like China's real GDP is better than what we saw in reality.
ECCOS
Slow down is good. Lesser polution. Lesser greenhouse gas emition.
394pjo
There's one and a half billion of them, they'll manage.
M C A
Australia is already way too expensive
DINESH JAIN
Stella Maris
The earth is black in front of the cliff, and no orchids grow.
Creepers crawl in the brown mud by the path.
Where did the birds of yesterday fly?
To what other mountain did the animals go?
Leopards and pythons dislike this ruined spot;
Cranes and snakes avoid the desolation.
My criminal thoughts of those days past
Brought on the disaster of today.

― Wu Cheng'en, Monkey: The Journey to the West
peacock trader
Girls can lead while boys can assist
Omni Mino
6% sounds good! Cannot expect to be 10% nonstop forever
djayjp
So reduced rate of growth = ppl buying fewer things? Ummmm ok....
DerNeuere
1. No, the smartphone market is just saturated. None of the companies adjusted correctly. 2. Oil is at an all time low now for years. 3. There could be a alot of different causes to the slowdown of tourism in australia.
There have been prophecies of chinas slowdown for decades. It gets really boring. Find a new angle.
Bill Zhang
Right now the conservative GDP is 6% but if calculated correctly based on China reality the real GDP is at least 15%.
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