China’s growth for 2012 was released by mid-January: an overall growth of a 7.8% with a slight increase of 0.1 points for the last quarter, topping a 7.9%. The widely expected figure was the lowest since 1999. But is this a negative or a positive sign?
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Trevor Cohen | Latin America has suffered centuries of resource exploitation at the hands of foreign powers, without translating gains to the majority of the population. However, there are signs that the effects of China’s appetite for these same resources may break the disastrous boom bust cycles of the past.
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BARCELONA | by CaixaBank research | Crucial countries such as China and Brazil are already starting to see evidence of their economies speeding up. On the other hand, most emerging countries have steadily strengthened their economic systems, spreading structural reforms, liberalizing markets and keeping a close eye on the solidity of financial institutions.