China’s GDP Could be 14 Percent Lower Than Official Number

How the Chinese government will manage the country’s slowdown without crashing is one of the most important topics on analysts’ minds, but underpinning the entire discussion is the assumption that we have good data to look at. According to Christopher Balding, professor at the HSBC School of Business, ESADE, there is no reason to believe the numbers coming out of China.

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