On borrowed time

11 March 2013 By John Foley

Economic growth so far this year has come mainly from exports and real estate. The latter is powered by a surge in financing, which grew at an annualized 37 pct. With consumption weak, the current expansion can continue only by pumping ever more credit, and risk, into the system.

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