China in Time of Millionaires Frustrates Neighbor: William PesekWilliam Pesek
Sept. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Asia’s biggest rivalry is looking more and more one-sided. There’s no competing with China’s 9.5 percent growth as the U.S. sheds jobs, Europe unravels and Japan’s deflation deepens.
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