Arthur Kroeber of the China-focused Dragonomics research service debunked the contention that rising debt levels amid slowing GDP growth suggest China has a credit productivity problem that may tip the world’s second-largest economy into a tailspin. Photo: AP Arthur Kroeber of the China-focused Dragonomics research service debunked the contention that rising debt levels amid slowing GDP growth suggest China has a credit productivity problem that may tip the world’s second-largest economy into a tailspin. Photo: AP
Arthur Kroeber of the China-focused Dragonomics research service debunked the contention that rising debt levels amid slowing GDP growth suggest China has a credit productivity problem that may tip the world’s second-largest economy into a tailspin. Photo: AP
China economy

No short-term financial crisis for China, expert says, assailing ‘double standard’ on debt woes

‘People have invented the concept of productivity of credit to say bad stuff about China,’ said Dragonomics’ founding partner Arthur Kroeber

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Arthur Kroeber of the China-focused Dragonomics research service debunked the contention that rising debt levels amid slowing GDP growth suggest China has a credit productivity problem that may tip the world’s second-largest economy into a tailspin. Photo: AP Arthur Kroeber of the China-focused Dragonomics research service debunked the contention that rising debt levels amid slowing GDP growth suggest China has a credit productivity problem that may tip the world’s second-largest economy into a tailspin. Photo: AP
Arthur Kroeber of the China-focused Dragonomics research service debunked the contention that rising debt levels amid slowing GDP growth suggest China has a credit productivity problem that may tip the world’s second-largest economy into a tailspin. Photo: AP
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