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China walks an economic tightrope as Australia holds its breath

By all measures, China’s economic growth is slowing. How much will it slow, and how quickly? And what does that mean for Australia? Local business will be holding its breath.

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The Chinese reform agenda: a committee to push it forward?

There’s high hopes of further economic and social reform to come from the Chinese Community Party’s 18th CCP Central Committee Third Plenum. But the big calls will probably be dodged.

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Don’t call it stimulus, but China’s cash splash helps miners

Chinese banks and government bodies are pumping money into the country’s ailing economy. But as Michael Sainbury writes, officials are refusing to call it a stimulus measure.

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What does it take to be a Sydney Institute expert?

Crikey readers have their say on climate experts, the Chinese economy and Kevin Rudd’s class warfare.

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Is China in for a hard landing, or is this the new normal?

It is possible that China’s GDP growth will slow to 7%, a 23-year low. Business Spectator commentator Stephen Koukoulas asks: what will that mean for the global — and Australia’s — economy?

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From flood to famine, and now China wants more oil

After months of economic recession, the people of Spain might have a bigger problem: there’s not enough oil to go around. Rising demand overseas has seen a flood turn to shortages.

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Olympic Dam the warning of an Asian slowdown

Slowing Asian economic growth mean more projects than Olympic Dam are likely to be put on hold, writes Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane.

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