Is China’s economic model broken? | FT

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Since the early 2000s some China watchers have been predicting that the building boom would lead to a crash. Twenty years on they may have been proven right. Global China editor James Kynge and Beijing correspondent Sun Yu discuss what is happening in it’s real estate sector, what that could do to China’s economy and means for the world. Read more at https://on.ft.com/3BSMDIC

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