The economic storm clouds are gathering again in Euroland (literally, for Francois Hollande) as the Greek crisis looks close to breaking point. But significant economic news also seems to be coming out of China this week. Ambrose Evans-Pritchard reported that a raft of economic data appeared to show slowing – though still significant – Chinese economic growth. Less significant demand for Western goods or services from the East would make sustained recovery all the more difficult to achieve…
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Date added: Friday 18th May 2012