China grew strongly in the post-pandemic environment in 2020 and that continued well into 2021 as its economy recovered much faster than other global nations. More recently, that growth has started to flatten off, and there may be an attempt to take some of the "steam out of the economy" to prevent it from growing too quickly for too long according to Capital Group economist Robert Lind.
Talking as part of a H2 outlook, Lind discusses if we may have seen the best of China's growth numbers for the year and the impact this may have on investment opportunities. He also explores the future of US-China trade relations following President Biden's first six months in the White House.
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