Pedestrians walk in a mall in Shenzhen. Growing consumption remains paramount to China’s future economy. Photo: AFP
John Woods
Opinion

Opinion

John Woods

What does the popular language of the day say about the world’s economies?

Our writer previously chose to learn Spanish and Japanese, thinking matching economies would be safe bets against economic collapse. This time he is playing safe and sticking with Mandarin

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Pedestrians walk in a mall in Shenzhen. Growing consumption remains paramount to China’s future economy. Photo: AFP
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