Mulling the Impact of China's Snowstorms

Fund managers and analysts worry about the mainland's infrastructure and food-driven inflation, but others expect the damage to be manageable

China's worst snowstorm of the century, which started in January, has raised alarm bells particularly related to the potential impact on the mainland's already problematic infrastructure and inflation. But some are saying the threat to the mainland's economy is manageable.

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