China's capitalist dilemma

9 February 2010 By Wei Gu

Chinese factories are humming, thanks to 2009’s stimulus. The boom is not natural, since companies get an unfair boost from paying belowmarket prices for raw materials. Beijing worries about inflation, but charging fair prices may be the best way to curb reckless investment.

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