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China's spicy bubble

26 May 2010 By Wei Gu

A pungent version of tulip mania is on display in China. Garlic was possibly the country’s top performing asset in 2009, up more than 500 percent. Prices have softened a bit after Beijing threatened to intervene. But if liquidity keeps flowing, there will be all sorts of bubbles.

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