China Set for A Decade of Near “Normal” Growth.

Sunday, September 30, 2012 6:29
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Chinese Growth Set for Decade of Slowdown

Chinese growth is set to stabilize in the coming months and will slow to 6 percent in the next decade, according to new research from Barclays.

[…] China’s growth potential rate has moderated from 10.4 percent in 2000-2010, to an estimated 8 percent over 2010-2020, and will slow further to 6 percent over 2020-2030, according to the note.

[…] Signs that the Chinese dragon’s fire is cooling come at an already difficult time for the global economy as Europe’s economies have stalled, the U.S. economy is struggling with continuously high unemployment rates, and growth has started to falter in Brazil and India.

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One Response to “China Set for A Decade of Near “Normal” Growth.”

  1. Chris Devonshire-Ellis says:

    October 3rd, 2012 at 8:57 am

    6% growth from the world’s second largest economy? Let the naysayers languish in their misery and doubt. Me? I’ll be breaking out the champagne on that news! Sustainable growth for ten years will suit me just fine.