Chinese Economy

For the last 20 years China has been the fastest growing economy in the world. With an average annual growth rate of 10%, its meteoric rise has been impressive. It is estimated that by 2030 — maybe even earlier — it will overtake the United States as the world´s largest economy.

China’s Economy Forecast

Still, China’s economy is slowing. There are concerns that its wild housing market is in a bubble, and that companies are massively indebted. This is fueling doubts on China keeping the boom going for longer.
During its rise, China has managed to lift 500 million people out of poverty, creating an emerging middle class with increasing purchasing power. Its large economy is morphing from a manufacturing economy to a service orientated economy. With a large population and an exploding middle class hungry for new services, there are still plenty of opportunities to be had in China.

China Economy Impact on Australian Economy

China is the big powerhouse fuelling Australia’s economy. Will it keep booming? Will it collapse? What are the best investment opportunities coming out of China? And how will this affect Australia and your wealth? Find out here.

Aussie Property Has Nothing on Hong Kong
Aussie Property Has Nothing on Hong Kong
Think Aussie property is seriously overvalued? Then you’ll think property in Hong Kong is ridiculous! Hong Kong dwelling prices have climbed 11% this year. And that’s coming off continuous growth since 2009.
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China: The New Japan
When Japan’s bubble burst in the 1990s, our economy was saved by China’s economic transformation. Throughout the first decade of the new millennium, Australia was a major beneficiary of China’s grand plan. When China’s bubble bursts — and it almost certainly will — there’s no other Asian saviour to prop up our debt-laden economy waiting in the wings.
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Is China A Ponzi Scheme?
Before stepping down as China’s central bank governor, Zhou Xiaochuan made a clear warning to the current political party. He told them to cut corporate lending, or face their ‘Minsky moment’.
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Why You Should Care About China’s ‘Minsky Moment’
We’ve already seen it all play out in the US. Leading up to 2007, asset prices were soaring, encouraging borrowers to borrow more and lenders to lend more. But as we all found out, borrowing to buy six houses when you can only afford one eventually leads to disaster.
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Don’t Want US Dollars? Neither Does China…
The US dollar may no longer be at the centre of the fiat currency system. China is slowly preparing the world for a time when the US dollar isn’t the heartbeat of the financial system. And it will have catastrophic consequences for the greenback.