China growth slowing

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    Get ready for a hard landing
     
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    Yes, the Chines and Indians have reduced gas and other energy orders, which is one reason gas in the USA is down $3.03 in Neosho, missouri
     
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    Man power is more in China and India so we can say that they are growing country.
     
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    Maybe it's time for them to call in that loan ?
     
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    Their largest customer's economy is on the fritz, so it stands to reason that CHINA Inc. economy will likewise suffer.

    As to them "calling in the loans"?

    That isn't the nature of the debt instruments they have.
     
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    Chinese economy not bein' able to keep up its recent phenomenal growth...
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    China's shrinking economy
    August 17, 2012 - They did it again. Beijing’s economic statistics for July, issued last week, appear to have been “made up,” as the Chinese now characterize fictitious numbers. One figure, whether accurate or not, was especially illuminating. Last month, the production of electricity, according to the National Bureau of Statistics, increased 2.1% year-on-year.
     
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    China is the main country in Asia because it has fastest growing rate in their region. Main reason of this feature is due to man power. In China cheap labor hiring, less expensive but have more output.
     
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    China economy losin' steam...
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    China's new leaders face tough economic choices
    Oct 21,`12 -- China's economic model that delivered three decades of double-digit growth is running out of steam and the country's next leaders face tough choices to keep incomes rising. But they don't seem to have ambitious solutions. Even if they do, they will need to tackle entrenched interests with backing high in the Communist Party.
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    Japanese exports to China fall amid territorial dispute
    21 October 2012 - The BBC's correspondent in Tokyo, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes, says exports are down for a fourth consecutive month
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - China `bout to eat our lunch...
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    China overtaking US as global trader
    Dec 2,`12 -- Shin Cheol-soo no longer sees his future in the United States.
     

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