Matthews Asia Perspective: Brexit Impact On ChinaGuest Post
Brexit Impact On China by Andy Rothman, Matthews Asia
Uncertainty over the impact of the June 23 U.K. referendum to secede from the European Union may rattle Chinese investor sentiment in the short term, but the lengthy process of U.K. disentanglement from the E.U. is unlikely to have a significant impact on the Chinese economy. Last year, China accounted for 35% of global economic growth, and if Brexit results in slower growth in the U.K. and anxiety in the developed West and in . . .
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