China's economic recovery raises questions for U.S.

08/24/2009 | NYTimes.com

China and other Asian countries are leading the world's recovery from the economic downturn, experts say. A $600 billion government-stimulus plan in China is funding construction projects and fueling the recovery. Economists say the recovery there could signal a shift in the global economy that could affect the U.S. and other western countries. However, other experts question whether the Chinese government is boosting export capacity only or actually planning for sustainable growth.

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