China's development has been darkened by an increasing imbalance between consumption and investment and the subsequent accumulation of non-performing loans, and such imbalance originates from the social political institutions underlying the China boom. China's economic imbalance is a source of the global economic imbalance that eventually fostered a global financial collapse in 2008. China is far from a solution to the global economic turmoil.
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