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Friday, October 5, 2007
China is a "Bubble of Bubbles".... and Ben is to Blame....
.... according to William Pesek of Bloomberg (see more
I tend to agree- see my earlier posts on China's bubble
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I teach Macroeconomics at the University of Hong Kong. I use this blog to write about macroeconomic developments in Hong Kong, answer interesting students posed by my students, and discuss anything else that interests me and seems vaguely on-topic.
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