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13 March 2010

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janviere

what are the main impacts on the world economy of the rapid growth of the chinese and indian economies over the last two decades

Dr A Willis

How much of the growth is due to the stimulus in China? If its withdrawn what would the effect be? Can we estimate this from the data?

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