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- Beijing takes gentle approach to deflating real estate bubble (G. Bin Zhao, South China Morning Post)
“The Chinese government will adopt a quiet approach to deflating the dangerous real estate bubble, given the huge impact a crash could have on the economy.”
- What Will a Post-NATO Afghanistan Look Like? (Marc Simms, Geopolitical Monitor)
- Driving Past Japan’s Speed Bump (Aaron Back, The Wall Street Journal) Back says there are areas of strength in Japan’s disappointing GDP report, large revisions are common and exports, the weakest number in the GDP report, should rise significantly in 2014. See also GEI News.
There are 11 articles discussed ‘behind the wall’ today, with two more each on the China credit situation and employment/productivity/health considerations.
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