@newbienick No but I agree with his assessment that they stand more to lose. China’s GDP numbers are cooked. They have a history of overstating nominal & real growth rates by 2 full percentage points. They also don’t include failed government projects (they just get written off and not included in final numbers). The truth is that they’re a paper tiger facing a serious debt crisis (over 250% of GDP). Their massive stimulus packages are not working and now the country is struggling to keep their currency afloat.