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Is Osborne making a mistake in China?

Recent economic analysis suggests that he's taking a big risk

By Jay Elwes  

The New South China Mall, the world's second largest, was opened in Dongguan in 2005. It stood empty for many years

Earlier today, George Osborne delivered a speech in Shanghai in which he looked forward to a “golden era for the UK-China relationship.” Among the ideas put forward in the speech was the decision to connect the London and Shanghai stock exchanges, meaning that Chinese cash will flow into…

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