Tuesday, March 6, 2012

China growth cut unlikely to hurt mining boom - yet

Economists say China's revised growth forecast of 7.5 per cent is unlikely to hurt commodity prices or tame the resources boom.

However, there are concerns that a more acute slowdown could add to concerns about the global economy

Analysts are watching the calibration of China's economy closely, but the government is sending the message that resources boom mark 2 is still on track.

Here's my analysis broadcast on The World Today.


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