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China won’t crash the global economy… yet

If the last three decades have been a roaring success, the next decade is much more complicated

By Isabel Hilton  

A Chinese investor uses a magnifying glass to look at his mobile phone screen as he monitors stock prices at a brokerage house in Beijing. ©AP Photo/Ng Han Guan

Since 12th June, more than $2.7 trillion has been wiped off China’s stock market, equivalent to three months of the country’s economic output and some six times the value of the Greek foreign…

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