In two ways, watching China’s money move is a bit like looking at an iceberg. First, because the money does tend to group itself into giant piles, which break off and float away–to Africa, Southeast Asia, Brazil, the gas-rich, geostrategic ‘-stans–and, very occasionally, to the northern hemisphere. Second, because everything that really happens is more or less invisible…
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