Wanted: International Buyers of Danish Mortgage Bonds

Not too long ago, I compared the Japanese economy to a bumblebee because of the economy’s ability to keep on chucking along even as the government debt/GDP ratio stormed above the 200% mark. I am starting to think that the same comparison might be warranted too in the case of my home country.

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China’s Growth Model

According to some preliminary estimates (link), China’s trade balance is on the course for a significant surplus this year. IMF’s annual forecast of current account balance predicted China’s trade surplus at $334 billion in 2010 or roughly 6.2 percent of China’s GDP. The IMF’s medium-term forecast suggests a growing trade surplus by 2015 when . . . → Read More: China’s Growth Model