China: The Bubble that Never Pops, by Tom Orlik, was published last week by Oxford University Press. Photo: APChina: The Bubble that Never Pops, by Tom Orlik, was published last week by Oxford University Press. Photo: AP
China: The Bubble that Never Pops, by Tom Orlik, was published last week by Oxford University Press. Photo: AP

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Will China’s debt-fuelled economic bubble eventually pop?

  • China: The Bubble That Never Pops, by journalist and economist Tom Orlik, looks at China’s debt-fuelled state-led growth model
  • It was written before the world was disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak, but its arguments about the pros and cons of China’s model remain relevant
Topic |   China economy
China: The Bubble that Never Pops, by Tom Orlik, was published last week by Oxford University Press. Photo: APChina: The Bubble that Never Pops, by Tom Orlik, was published last week by Oxford University Press. Photo: AP
China: The Bubble that Never Pops, by Tom Orlik, was published last week by Oxford University Press. Photo: AP
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