While Rogoff said he isn’t sure what will cause China’s bubble to pop, he said land is “the best bet” as it is “the most common source” of crises. Real estate values in Shanghai and Beijing have “taken a departure from reality,”
Harvard economics professor Ken Rogoff is throwing some serious bear punches again.
For China not to crash would be an extremely unusual historical precedent, he argues:
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