Why the Export Slump Won't Doom China's Economy

China's exports contribute far less to GDP growth than many assume, with domestic spending and investment and knowledge gained from exports driving growth

The role of exports as the driver of China's economic growth is exaggerated. So is the fear that, as export growth slows, the country's economy will come to a grinding halt. The numbers tell us the real story.

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