China's Post-Olympic Economic Swoon?

Despite dire predictions, a meltdown after the Games close is highly unlikely, according to economists

It's August 25, 2008, a day after the Beijing Olympics have ended. The Shanghai Composite Index has closed at 2,657, the same level as it was at the beginning of 2007. Olympics-mania is dissipating, investors are pulling out as quickly as they piled in, and the markets are collapsing.

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