The Chinese have created a huge economic bubble

So argues David Stockman in this piece.

Bubbles happen when governments bring about widespread malinvestment — investments in buildings, factories, universities, and so on — that cannot be sustained given the underlying economic realities. The US has often done that, most recently with the housing bubble. Stockman argues that the Chinese have done the same thing and that their economic bubble is nearing the bursting point.

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