Chinese are spending on lots of stuff—especially autos and homes—helping to keep the economy afloat. But the source of all that money could be drying up.
China published its official third-quarter economic data Wednesday, showing eerily stable growth of 6.7%, the same rate as the past two quarters. Many investors have come to treat these figures as massaged at best, and a joke at worst. While other indicators fluctuate, the top-line…
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