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No wonder Chinese growth did not falter during the depth of the last global recession But appearances are deceiving To the outside worldthe Chinese economy seemed resilient In realityChina paid a huge price for sacrificing structural efficiency for short-term growth Before the last global recession hit China through a precipitous fall in its exportsChinese policy-makers were well aware of the structural imbalances and deficiencies in the Chinese economy: excessive reliance on exports (with net exports exceeding 35 per cent of GDP)an investment-driven growth model that threatens to create excess capacity and undercut sustainabilityanaemic household consumption (which accounts for less than 40 per cent of GDP)rising resource-intensity and environmental degradation Howeverthe global economic crisis of 2008-09 induced political panicnot political courageamong Chinese leaders So instead of using the crisis as an excuse to rebalance the economy by reducing investment and boosting consumptionChinese leaders simply doubled down by pouring money into fixed investment projectsmost of which are owned by local governments and state-owned enterprises To be suregrowth rate was maintainedalbeit artificially But Chinas macroeconomic imbalances grew worse In 2008household consumption was a paltry 35 per cent of GDP; in 2009the ratio remained the same In the meantimethe share of investment rose from 44 to 48 per cent of GDP from 2008 to 2009 The data for 2010 indicate this distorted macroeconomic picture has hardly improvedwith the Chinese economy deriving 54 per cent of its growth from investment and only 37 per cent from consumption Even more problematic and potentially disastrous for Beijing is that a significant portion of its investments made during the crisis was wasted For examplelocal governments took advantage of low credit standards used by state-owned banks to finance infrastructure projects that are economically unviable Preliminary research by Chinese economists suggests that perhaps 25 per cent of the loans made to local governments are at risk of default This alone could mean as much as $350 billion non-performing loans on the books of Chinese banks In all likelihoodthe costs of Beijings last stimulus folly will be borne by Chinese taxpayers and private entrepreneurs China has not finished the last round of banking sector clean-up (the government merely hid the non-performing loans in off-balance-sheet special purpose vehicles)so paying another round of banking recapitalisation will mean higher taxes from ordinary Chinese people As for Chinas long-suffering private entrepreneursthey saw their competitiveness suffer as the last stimulus package favoured entrenched state-owned enterprises with cheap capital and regulatory protections The cumulative impact of structural distortions and wasted investment has placed China in a more precarious position to confront another possible global recession Its banking sector is much weaker now (that is why Beijings banking regulators are pressing Chinese banks to raise capital) Its fiscal health has deteriorated as well becauseultimatelyBeijing will have to bail out debt-ridden local governments When hidden sovereign debt liabilities (excluding healthcare and pension obligations) are countedChinas gross public indebtedness may be in the range of 70-80 per cent of GDPnot exactly a picture of unassailable fiscal fortitude Further complicating the problem is the coming crisis of the Chinese real estate sectorwhich contributes roughly 12 per cent of the GDP growth each year Because of Beijings anti-inflation fight and pledge to reduce housing pricesChinas highly leveraged developers are facing a collapse in sales and a looming liquidity squeeze The repercussions of a real estate collapse could be uglyinvolving insolvent developers and their panicky creditors (chiefly Chinese banks) Although Beijings weakened financial positions are unlikely to bring on a full-fledged banking crisisChina will be in no position to repeat its profligate stimulus feat should the need arise in the near future But that is not necessarily bad news In factthe lack of (bad) alternatives is the midwife of good policies In the Chinese casethis will require Beijing to force through some of the long-delayed structural reformssuch as reducing its reliance on investment to power growthcutting subsidies and protection for state-owned enterprisesmaking capital more accessible to private entrepreneurs and boosting household income to revive consumption These measures would put China on a more sustainable growth path even though they may entail short-term pains Whether China will do the right thing during the next crisis is anybodys guess But wasting another crisisto paraphrase Oscar Wildewould be worse than carelessness The writer is a professor of government at Claremont McKenna College in the [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: January 4 2016 12:24 pm Chris Brown is reportedly planning to due the woman who accused him of punching her in the face at a New Year’s party (Source: Reuters) Related News Singer Chris Brown is reportedly planning to due the woman who accused him of punching her in the face at a New Year’s party Liziane Gutierrez claims the 26-year-old R&B star attacked her when he spotted her taking a photo of him during a bash in his suite at Las Vegas resort The Palms early on Saturday reported TMZ Brown’s aides were quick to dismiss her allegations and play down a police investigation surrounding the reported incident Now sources say the singer is planning to file a defamation suit Brown is also using his latest legal wrangle to cut ties with friends who regularly invite “random girls” to hang out with him at parties For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Supreme Court on Fridayfroze all financial transactions between the BCCI and state cricket associations by directing the apex cricket body not to disburse any funds even for the match purposes to them till they resolved to abide by the Justice RM Lodha panel recommendations on reforms Representational image Reuters The apex court also directed BCCI president Anurag Thakur and secretary Ajay Shirke to give undertaking on affidavit before the Lodha panel and in apex court by 3 December stating how much time they would need to implement reforms A bench headed by Chief Justice TS Thakur and comprising Justices DY Chandrachud and L Nageswara Rao asked Lodha panel to appoint independent auditors to scrutinise all BCCI accounts The judgment which was pronounced by Justice D Y Chandrachud also directed the Lodha panel to ask the auditors to scrutinise the high-value contracts given by BCCI It directed the Lodha panel to fix a ceiling of high-value contracts of BCCI to be scruutinised by the auditors The bench also asked the panel secretary to send a copy of the apex court order to the ICC chairman Shashank Manohar London: British prime minister Theresa May is to meet business chiefs on Monday in a bid to reassure them that the Brexit process is on track following a bruising week for her leadership A plot to oust her by around 30 MPs in her Conservative Party went public on Friday but cabinet colleagues refused to join the push The plot came after her showpiece speech to the centre-right party’s annual conference on Wednesday — intended to steady her leadership —was plagued by mishaps A prankster managed to hand her an unemployment notice a persistent cough left her almost unable to deliver her speech while the set behind her started falling down Monday’s business meeting at May’s Downing Street office will come as British and European Union negotiators resume talks in Brussels in the hope of a breakthrough in the Brexit negotiations "Last month in Florence I set out my vision for a bold and unique new economic partnership with the EU" May said File image of British prime minister Theresa May AP "We are working hard to achieve this and are optimistic about our future as a global free-trading nation "The Business Advisory Council is an important part of our preparations for leaving the EU —allowing us to seek the views of experienced business leaders and to share with them the government’s vision for a successful Brexit" May will be joined by finance minister Philip Hammond and Brexit secretary David Davis for the council meeting Representatives from firms including Aston Martin HSBC Morgan Stanley and Vodafone will be among those attending Balfour Beatty WPP GSK Bridgewater JCB EY Whitbread Nestle and ABF are also due to take part Britain’s pound sterling currency tumbled on Friday as the plot cast fresh doubt over May’s future May’s Florence speech offered concessions but pressure remains on the negotiators to make progress and reduce the uncertainty for citizens and businesses in Britain and Europe EU leaders are set to decide at a summit on October 19 whether there has been "sufficient progress" on three issues: Britain’s exit bill the fate of Northern Ireland and the rights of three million EU citizens living in Britain If they fail to agree then the next chance will not be until a summit in December with the clock ticking to reach a final deal before Britain formally leaves the bloc on 29 March 2019 Britain voted to leave the EU in a shock referendum result in June 2016 Stoke-on-Trent: Arsene Wenger blasted Arsenal’s defenders for their sloppy display as Stoke stunned the Gunners with a 1-0 victory on Saturday Wenger’s side crashed to their first Premier League defeat of the season thanks to Jese Rodriguez’s 47th minute strike at the bet365 Stadium File image of Arsene Wenger Reuters Jese was allowed to gallop into the penalty area unchecked and Arsenal boss Wenger couldn’t hide his disappointment "It was frustrating getting caught cold for the goal Defensively there is no excuse We gave them a cheap goal" Wenger fumed "We knew it was important not to make a defensive mistake But we came out straight after half-time were too sluggish and paid for it" "We gave them too much freedom in the middle I was not convinced by our central defence today" Arsenal’s careless defending wasn’t the only frustration for Wenger who felt Arsenal were wrongly denied an equaliser when Alexandre Lacazette’s strike was ruled out for offside Replays showed the officials got the decision correct but that didn’t stop Wenger saying: "We were unlucky I think we scored a regular goal that was given offside and it wasn’t offside It’s a very easy decision" "It’s a difficult defeat to swallow We had chances We should have won the game comfortably" After coming from behind to beat Leicester 4-3 in their season opener this was a far less battling performance from Arsenal and Wenger admitted the loss was a big blow "It was difficult to get the fluency We tried but we couldn’t find the goal There was lack of anticipation in the box with the second ball" he said "To lose a game like that is disappointing You don’t want to lose games that you should win" Written by Sumegha Gulati | Published: June 21 2012 1:23 am Related News A 50-year old manwho suffered contusions in his brain and serious chest injuries in an alleged hit-and-run case on Mondaysuccumbed to injuries on Tuesday after he was denied admission at two government hospitals within a span of 24 hours After the accident around 540 pmMusafir Yadav was first rushed to AIIMS Trauma Centrewhich referred him to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital that sent him to Lok Nayak Hospital The two hospitals claimed they did not have any vacant beds with ventilator support Even at LN HospitalYadav did not get ventilator support but was provided with an ambubag (a hand held device that needs to be pumped constantly to assist in breathing) Yadav was reportedly hit by a white Mahindra Xylo while he was on way to pick up his wifewho works as a peon at Mausam Bhawan Yadav was riding his scooter and was on Max Mueller Margin New Delhi districtwhen the SUV crashed into him Eyewitnesses told police that it was a new car with a temporary registration number Police said the registration number provided to them was not correct A passerby took Yadav to AIIMS Trauma Centre in an auto A case of accident and causing death due to negligence has been registered?
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