China’s North Eastern Provinces

Via Emerging Markets Insights, a look at China’s northeast:

Business sentiment in China is weakening due to continued political drama, falling industrial production, and declining growth expectations from export-dependent provinces such as Guangdong and Zhejiang. Nevertheless, northeastern markets such as Tianjin and Liaoning continue to see significant investment from multinationals, suggesting that growth prospects for the region remain strong.

Provincial China

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