Category: Capital control

China’s whistling tea-kettle

9 November, 2012 (09:00) | Bubbles, Capital control, China, Economics, Global news, Investment, Real estate, Speculation |

By:David A. Smith   A whistling kettle not only keeps the pot from exploding, it tells you the water’s boiling; it’s both a release valve and a signal.  And in China’s economy, as shown in this Wall Street Journal (October 15, 2012) article, the economic tea kettle is whistling loudly:   Capital pressure’s on the […]