Fears of China overheating are back


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Recent data out of China is indicating strong growth and inflation, which could spark concerns over possible intervention as Chinese government has been raising taxes and other measures to throttle its growth rate.

Forget the worries about China’s economy cooling off. Overheating might be the greater concern.

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