Pushing for China private

China has yet to address all of the changes forced on it by the global financial crisis, driving more analysts to ask if state-owned enterprises have inhibited China's economy.

In 2008 and 2009 I argued that the crisis we were undergoing would affect every major economy in the world, but not necessarily at the same pace. I suggested that the US typically is quick to adjust and, given the pace of deleveraging that was already taking place, I expected that it would be the first major economy out of the crisis, probably in the next two to three years, as private debt levels continue to decline and public debt growth slows.


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