Why China’s Heading for a Hard Landing, Part 3: A. Gary Shilling

China is hoping to cool its white-hot economy without precipitating a recession. Doing so will be extremely difficult: Inflation fears are growing, the government’s ability to respond is quite limited, and China’s economic model, which leaves bureaucrats guessing about the market effects of their directives, is ultimately untenable.

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