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Investors in Asia went on a wild ride this week. Markets / on fears of gloomy recession in the U.S. Things are looking a little different in China though. / has more.

Well, China has chocked up double digit economic growth for the fifth straight year but the authorities there are trying to slow their economy in the possibility of that recession is making their lives that much harder.

Buying groceries in China street markets, these items are getting tougher for people there to afford. The price of almost everything is going up and by a lot. Those rising food prices have helped fuel inflation in China. The latest government figures show inflation hovering at a highest level in more than a decade. The government is struggling to keep the price of rice, pork, cooking oil and other food stable under control, in an effort to keep the economy from overheating. This comes as China deals with the prospects of US-leg global slowdown.

These are uncharitable waters for the country; China is most likely going to suffer from the lag effects of all the strong measures they have taken in the past year, year and a half to slow down growth. And they are really going to start the hit at a time when there are getting slower demand out of the US.

China has been on a campaign to cool its economy, raising interest rates and using price controls.

It is properly applied, price control can be handled effective. Now the question is—is this a good idea? I do expect that the economy will slow down by the middle of this year. And that would lift some of the demand pressures from some of the goods, in particularly wages. So the / for inflation is quite good.

The latest government figures show inflation ease in December and growth was slightly slower, but the economy still expanded at a / 11.2% rate in the forth quarter. Some analysts say China could help drive world growth in the event of recession in the US. Still, economists point out as economic events unfold around the world, China will be challenged at home, balancing its inflation fighting initiative with sustainable growth.

And this morning the rapid growth is making Chinese investors a little bit nervous.

/ around the /, thank you very much.


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Investors in Asia went on a wild ride this week. Markets zigzag on fears of glooming recession in the US. Things look a little different China there. Asia business editor * has more.

Well, China has chocked a double budget economic growth for the 5th straight year. But authorities say they are trying to slow their economy in the possibility where recession is making their lives that much harder.

Buying groceries in China’s street markets, these items are getting tougher for people there to afford.

“The price of almost everything is going up and buy a lot.”

Those rising food prices have helped inflation in China. The latest government figure showed inflation hovering at a highest level in more than a decade. The government has been struggling to keep prices of rise, pork, cooking, oil and other foods staples under control in an effort to keep the economy from overheating. This comes this China deals with the prospect as the US led global down

These are unchangeable waters for the country. China is most likely going to suffer from the leg * or all of the strong measures they have taken in the past years, year and a half to slow down the growth. And that they are really going to start to hit at a time, when they are getting slower demand of the US.

China has been on a campaign to cool its economy, raising interest rates and using price controls.

If properly applied, price control can a hand of * effective. Now the question is a good idea. I do expect that the economy will slow down by the middle of this year. And that will lift some of the demand pressures from some of the goods and particularly wages. So the influence by inflation there is quite good.

The latest government figures show inflation eased in December and growth with slightly slower. But the economy still expended at a blistering 11.2% rate in the fourth quarter. Some analysts say China could help drive world growth in the event of the recession in the US. Still economists point out as economic e vents are forced around the world, China will be challenged at home, balancing its inflation and fighting initiative with its sustainable growth.

And this morning the rapid growth is making Chinese investors a little bit nervous.

Plenty of * around the place,*** thank you very much.
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Investors in Asia went on a wild ride this week. Markets zigzag on fears of glooming recession in the US. Things look a little different China there. Asia business editor * has more.

Well, China has chocked a double budget economic growth for the 5th straight year. But authorities say they are trying to slow their economy in the possibility where recession is making their lives that much harder.

Buying groceries in China’s street markets, these items are getting tougher for people there to afford.

“The price of almost everything is going up and buy a lot.”

Those rising food prices have helped inflation in China. The latest government figure showed inflation hovering at a highest level in more than a decade. The government has been struggling to keep prices off rise, pork, cooking oil and other foods staples under control in an effort to keep the economy from overheating. This comes as China deals with the prospect of the US led global slow down

These are unchangeable waters for the country. China is most likely going to suffer from the leg * or all of the strong measures they have taken in the past years, year and a half to slow down the growth. And that they are really going to start to hit at a time, when they are getting slower demand of the US.

China has been on a campaign to cool its economy, raising interest rates and using price controls.

If properly applied, price control can a hand of * effective. Now the question is a good idea. I do expect that the economy will slow down by the middle of this year. And that will lift some of the demand pressures from some of the goods and particularly wages. So the influence by inflation there is quite good.

The latest government figures show inflation eased in December and growth with slightly slower. But the economy still expended at a blistering 11.2% rate in the fourth quarter. Some analysts say China could help drive world growth in the event of the recession in the US. Still economists point out as economic e vents are forced around the world, China will be challenged at home, balancing its inflation and fighting initiative with its sustainable growth.

And this morning the rapid growth is making Chinese investors a little bit nervous.

Plenty of * around the place,*** thank you very much
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Investors in Asia went on a wild ride this week. the market zigzag on fears of the glooming recession in the US.

Things are looked at a little difference in China though. All right asia business editor Eunice Yoon has more.

While China has charted double digit economic growth for the fifth straight years. But authority there are trying to slow their economy and the pospibility of recession while it's making their lifes that much harder.

Buying groceries in China's street market. This items are getting harder for people there to afford.

The price of almost everything is going up and by a lot.

Those rising food prices have .....inflation in China. The Chinese government figures show inflation hovering at the highest level in more than a decade. The government has been struggling to keep prices of rice, pork, cooking oil and other food stable under control, an effort to keep the economy from over heating. This comes as China deal with prospect of US lag global slow down.

it is uncharted of waters for the country, China is most likely going to suffer from the lag of facts of all of the strong measure they've taken in the past year you know, they have to slow down growth and that are really going to start the heat at the time when they are getting slower demand of the US.

China has been on a campaign to cool its economy, raising interest rate and using prices control.

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The latest government figures show inflation eased in December and growth was slightly slower. But the economy still expanded at ... 11.2% rate in the forth quarter. Some analist say China could help drives world growth in event of recession in the US. Still, economist point out as economic events unflow around the world, China will be challenged at home, balancing its inflation fighting initiative with sustanable growth.

And this morning, the rapid growth is making Chinese investors a little bit nervous.
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Investors in Asia went on a wild ride this week. Markets zigzag on fears of a looming recession in the US. Things look a little difficult in China, though. Our Asia Business editor Eunice Yoon has more.
Well, China has chocked up double digit economic growth for the fifth straight years, but authorities there are trying to slow their economy and the possibility of a recession is making their lives that much harder.
Buying groceries in China’s street markets. These items are getting tougher for people there to afford. The price of almost everything is going up and by a lot. Those rising food prices have helped fuel inflation in China. The latest government figures show inflation hovering at the highest level in more than a decade. The government has been struggling to keep prices of rice, pork, cooking oil and other food staples under control in an effort to keep the economy from overheating. This comes as China deals with the prospect of a US-led global slowdown.
These are uncharted waters for the country. China is most likely to suffer from the lag effects of all of the strong measures they have taken in the past year and year and a half to slow down growth and that are really going to start a hit at a time when they are getting the slower demand out of the US.
China has been on a campaign to cool its economy, rising interest rates and using price control.
If properly applied, price control can be a hundred percent effective. Now this question is it is a good idea. I do expect their economy will slow down by the middle of this year. And that will lift some of the demand pressures from some of the goods and particularly wages. So the outlook for inflation is quite good.
The latest government figures show inflation eased in December and growth was slightly slower, but the economy still expanded at a blistering 11.2% rate in fourth quarter. Some analysts say China could help drive world growth in the event of a recession in the US. Still economists point out as economic events unfold around the world, China will be challenged at home, balancing its inflation-fighting and initiative with sustainable growth.
And this morning the rapid growth is making Chinese investors a little bit nervous.
Plenty of nerves around the place. Eunice Yoon, thank you very much.
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Investors in Asia went on a wild ride this week. Markets zigzag on fears of a looming recession in the US. Things look a little different in China, though. Our Asia business editor Yunice Sune has more.

Well, China has chocked a double digit economic growth for the 5th straight year. But authorities there are trying to slow their economy in the possibility where recession is making their lives that much harder.

Buying groceries in China’s street markets, these items are getting tougher for people there to afford.

“The price of almost everything is going up and by a lot.”

Those rising food prices have helped fuel inflation in China. The latest government figures show inflation hovering at a highest level in more than a decade. The government has been struggling to keep prices of rice, pork, cooking oil and other food staples under control in an effort to keep the economy from overheating. This comes as China deals with the prospect of a US led global slow down.

These are uncharterable waters for the country. China is most likely going to suffer from the lag effects of all of the strong measures they have taken in the past years, year and a half to slow down / growth. And that they are really going to start to hit at a time, when they are getting slower demand out of the US.

China has been on a campaign to cool its economy, raising interest rates and using price controls.

If properly applied, price control can a hundred percent effective. Now the question is, is it a good idea. I do expect that the economy will slow down by the middle of this year. And that will lift some of the demand pressures from some of the goods and particularly wages. So the outlook for inflation is quite good.

The latest government figures show inflation eased in December and growth was slightly slower. But the economy still expended at a blistering 11.2% rate in the fourth quarter. Some analysts say China could help drive world growth in the event of a recession in the US. Still economists point out as economic events unfold around the world, China will be challenged at home, balancing its inflation, fighting initiative with / sustainable growth.

And this morning the rapid growth is making Chinese investors a little bit nervous.

Plenty of nerves around the place,Yunice Sune , thank you very much.
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Investors in Asia went on a wild ride this week. Markets zigzag on fears of a looming recession in the US. Things look a little different in China, though. Our Asia business editor Eunice Yoon has more.

 

Well, China has chocked a double-digit economic growth for the 5th straight year. But authorities there are trying to slow their economy in the possibility where recession is making their lives that much harder. Buying groceries in China's street markets, these items are getting tougher for people there to afford.

 

"The price of almost everything is going up and by a lot. "Those rising food prices have helped fuel inflation in China. The latest government figures show inflation hovering at a highest level in more than a decade. The government has been struggling to keep prices of rice, pork, cooking oil and other food staples under control in an effort to keep the economy from overheating. This comes as China deals with the prospect of a US-led global slowdown.

 

These are uncharterable waters for the country. China is most likely going to suffer from the lag effects of all of the strong measures they have taken in the past year, you know, a half to slow down growth. And that they are really going to start to hit at a time, when they are getting slower demand out of the US. China has been on a campaign to cool its economy, raising interest rates and using price controls.

 

If properly applied, price control can be 100-percent effective. Now the question is this, is this a good idea? I do expect that the economy will slow down by the middle of this year. And that will lift some of the demand pressures from some of the goods and particularly wages. So the outlook for inflation is quite good.

 

The latest government figures show inflation eased in December and growth was slightly slower. But the economy still expended at a blistering 11. 2% rate in the fourth quarter. Some analysts say China could help drive world growth in the event of a recession in the US. Still economists point out as economic events unfold around the world, China will be challenged at home, balancing its inflation, fighting initiative with sustainable growth.

 

And this morning the rapid growth is making Chinese investors a little bit nervous.

 

Plenty of nerves around the place, Eunice Yoon, thank you very much. 

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