Is China's growth story over? | CNBC Explains

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  • Published on:  Friday, September 14, 2018
  • China is in a trade war with the United States. Will it face a serious slowdown? CNBC's Xin En Lee explains the factors behind China's growth trajectory.-----Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wuoARMSubscribe to CNBC Life on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wAkfMvLike our Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/cnbcinternat...Follow us on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/cnbcinterna...Follow us on Twitter:https://twitter.com/CNBCi
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  • Bill Y.

    Bill Y.

     11 months ago +136

    China's growth? Gordon Chiang said it was over many years ago. 🤔🙁

  • wei yang

    wei yang

     11 months ago +88

    Collapses again!My poor motherland is always falling!

  • Abhay Achal

    Abhay Achal

     11 months ago +147

    Ask Gordon Guthrie Chang and his book written in 2001 "The Coming Collapse of China".

  • Xiaolu Shi

    Xiaolu Shi

     11 months ago +503

    China's economy has been on the brink of collapse for the last three decades according to the media.

  • Zi Wang

    Zi Wang

     11 months ago +15

    So.... no conclusion for this five minutes of bs? Nicely done, not informative at all

  • Robert Lee

    Robert Lee

     11 months ago +27

    China already collapsed 20, 15, 10, 5 years ago according to predictions from experts.

  • lothean

    lothean

     29 minutes ago

    China has a cheap labor force, and in business; who ever has the cheapest work force..will win. Look at Walmart.

  • Michael Wei

    Michael Wei

     11 months ago +257

    Yes, China has collapsed since 20 years ago.

  • Nimish Jhingan

    Nimish Jhingan

     11 months ago +11

    Is china growth story over?
    Conclusion at end of video : There is no telling what will happen to its growth .
    LOL. Nice graphs btw.

  • ONE DAY OR DAY ONE u decide

    ONE DAY OR DAY ONE u decide

     11 months ago +6

    If China and India could get along. Their ecnomy will even grow faster.

  • Zack Pointer

    Zack Pointer

     11 months ago +17

    China is a poor country please donate

  • vector b

    vector b

     11 months ago +48

    Is she in singapore ?

  • Kung Fu Master

    Kung Fu Master

     11 months ago +6

    Indians are very clever.... Stealing jobs silently😂😂😂😂

  • Junior Colada

    Junior Colada

     11 months ago +2

    This video doesnt give answer of the title...damn...wasted my time

  • Emile Chen

    Emile Chen

     11 months ago +12

    last time we say that, Chines GDP < Italian GDP,
    today Chinese GDP > Russia+India+Japan+South Korea+Brazil's GDP all United,
    it is what Western media call a economical collapse,

  • captaincrunchamerica

    captaincrunchamerica

     11 months ago +8

    I prefer other hosts

  • Oliver Huang

    Oliver Huang

     5 months ago +1

    Why must we collapse, like, every single year? hmmm, interesting.

  • Jon Noodles

    Jon Noodles

     4 months ago

    The thing is China borrows money from within/inside their own banks, government banks. So they won't stop loaning even if economy, like City buildouts, train projects slow down, useless projects keep them busy & seem as the economy is great, but it's just inflation especially since these are projects that will not be used or inhabited by people, not now at least, it does give jobs & raise GDP but their GDP to debt is over $30 trillion. The US for example borrows from outside banks & if the bank is afraid to loan US money because of loss they just won't loan money at all.
    So if China was actually borrowing credit from outside sources/banks, with the inflation & slowdown scare they would not loan China any money and would of actually collapsed or slowed down long ago. But they borrow money from themselves without limit. All facts

  • Z Bruce

    Z Bruce

     11 months ago

    gogogo India!
    wish all my competitors could just go india...will be so much easier for me hahaha

  • Gabriel Carter

    Gabriel Carter

     10 months ago

    string post quote wfettn insurance guilt emission whom percentage debt.