China’s export-driven economy will be badly hit if Europe’s performance worsens (photo: dpa)

Can China sustain its growth despite the impact of the eurozone crisis?

China's strategy of cautious and gradual economic reform based on experimentation has seemingly proved to be a workable and successful model unlike strategies employed by neighbouring Russia which has obediently implemented deregulation and liberalisation. But is China’s growth sustainable, despite defying the textbook advice so eagerly followed by Russia, and can it deal with the headwinds caused by the eurozone crisis? This report looks at a nation whose economic model has analysts confused.

MARKET analysts are questioning the impact the eurozone crisis will have on China’s economy.

But simultaneously, they are questioning China...

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Professor Stefan Hedlund
The key [for China] is very likely again the partnership between party, state and business. It rests on a common interest in ensuring that the economy can continue to grow and that there will be more money to be made for all
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