China’s economy might be nearly a seventh smaller than repo

New studies from the University of Chicago and the Chinese University of Hong Kong show China’s growth rate measured by real GDP to be overstated by 2 percentage points on average every year from 2008 to 2016. As a result the size of the economy may be overstated by 16% or more than $1.5 trillion. Industrial output and investment it says have been exaggerated.


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