Economists say China’s economy appears on track after a third-quarter GDP report, but stimulus-driven ‘borrowed time’ and the property market remain worries
After China reported 6.7 percent expansion of GDP in the third quarter from the same year-ago period, economists raised concern about stimulus-based "borrowed time," indicated the stabilizing growth rate would cause the government to switch to a focus on reform and warned about the dangers of the surging property market.
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Oct 21, 2016