Two Troubling Scenarios

If a crash or a slowdown occurs in China, it will be brought about either by a spike in inflation or a collapse in real estate. If prices escalate, the government is likely to drive up interest rates. If apartment prices fall steeply, ordinary Chinese could lose their savings and local governments may be unable to pay off loans they took out to invest in development projects. In either case, China and the global economy will suffer.

Graphic by Bloomberg Businessweek; Illustration by Matt Owens

Hollywood Goes YouTube

(enter your email)
(enter up to 5 email addresses, separated by commas)

Max 250 characters

blog comments powered by Disqus