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China’s development comes at a price – Capital Economics

Posted on 01 November 2012

China’s development has had a significant impact on emerging market growth, and not all economies have unambiguously benefitted. According to Analyst Daniel Martin at Capital Economics, “Even countries that have made the most of Chinese demand may find themselves ill-positioned for the next stage of China’s development as it moves away from its investment-heavy growth model.”
Commodity exporters have been among the biggest winners from China’s rise. Its investment boom has resulted in disproportionately high demand for natural resources. Outside of Asia, countries that are rich in natural resources are exporting most to China. “Demand from China has also led to an increase in global commodity prices, which has improved the terms-of-trade of commodity producers. Some economies have, understandably, become more reliant on commodities as a result.” Martin adds………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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