Mark Williams: China Inflation May Decline To 5% By Year-end; No Worries On China Falling Into Middle Income Trap


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In this episode of China Money Podcast, guest Mark Williams, chief China economist at Capital Economics, discusses:

– China’s August inflation declines to 6.2%: Will it continue to fall? China’s Central Bank is unlikely to tighten policy, but will it consider loosening?

– Will China fall into the so-called Middle Income Trap?

– Bad economic news from Europe and the U.S.: How much will China suffer from a global slowdown?

– Can China save the world again if there is a double-dip recession?

About Mark Williams:
Mark Williams is chief China economist at Capital Economics, a UK-based independent macroeconomic consultancy. Williams previously worked at the UK Treasury, responsible for economic analysis of Asia. He has degrees in Chinese and economics from the universities of Edinburgh and Oxford respectively.

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