US President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the investments in the proposed US$2  trillion American Jobs Plan on April 7. Economists debate whether the legislation will spur inflation so severe that it would disrupt emerging markets. Photo: abacapress.com via TNS US President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the investments in the proposed US$2  trillion American Jobs Plan on April 7. Economists debate whether the legislation will spur inflation so severe that it would disrupt emerging markets. Photo: abacapress.com via TNS
US President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the investments in the proposed US$2 trillion American Jobs Plan on April 7. Economists debate whether the legislation will spur inflation so severe that it would disrupt emerging markets. Photo: abacapress.com via TNS
China economy

How a sweeping US infrastructure plan might spur financial havoc in China

  • Economists debate whether proposed US$2 trillion infrastructure programme would cause inflation at home that could be exported
  • ‘I would be surprised if the Fed wasn’t compelled to raise rates by sometime next year,’ one analyst says.

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US President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the investments in the proposed US$2  trillion American Jobs Plan on April 7. Economists debate whether the legislation will spur inflation so severe that it would disrupt emerging markets. Photo: abacapress.com via TNS US President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the investments in the proposed US$2  trillion American Jobs Plan on April 7. Economists debate whether the legislation will spur inflation so severe that it would disrupt emerging markets. Photo: abacapress.com via TNS
US President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the investments in the proposed US$2 trillion American Jobs Plan on April 7. Economists debate whether the legislation will spur inflation so severe that it would disrupt emerging markets. Photo: abacapress.com via TNS
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