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Drugs are bad

19 October 2016 By Pete Sweeney

China has notched up three successive quarters of eerily consistent GDP growth, but the results were medicated by housing speculation, government spending and the Fed’s rate caution. That may have tranquilized investors, but as painkillers wear off, the economy’s legs will wobble.

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