Unrest and motion

14 November 2008 By John Foley

Falling exports and inflation should be healthy for an economy that makes too much, too cheaply for foreigners. But China has a shortterm problem: toolow growth may be a flashpoint for social unrest. It s getting harder to see how policymakers will square that circle.

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