The eurozone was the biggest trading partner of China, but now with its outlook so bleak, trade between the eurozone and Chinese economy has fallen significantly.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
According to Michael Lombardi, lead contributor to Profit Confidential, the debt crisis in the eurozone has put the Chinese economy under scrutiny. The slowdown in the Chinese economy is widespread, and the government is taking action constantly to deal with it, states Lombardi. But despite all of its attempts to jumpstart its economy, China is now turning to the eurozone and offering to purchase eurozone bonds. With this move, the country hopes to spur its own economy in turn.
“China is a major player in the global economy; any slowdown in the global economy affects its prosperity,” Lombardi points out. “The eurozone was the biggest trading partner of China, but now with its outlook so bleak, trade between the eurozone and Chinese economy has fallen significantly.”
In the article “Will China Save the World Economy?,” Lombardi notes that China saw interest rate cuts in June and July and the Chinese government has been injecting cash into the Chinese economy to combat the forces affecting its growth. China has also lowered the reserve requirement by banks and freed about 1.2 trillion in yuan, he adds.
The Chinese government has recently shown some willingness to help out the countries in the eurozone, saying that it is willing to buy eurozone bonds if the countries are able to find a balance between fiscal austerity and economic stimulus, reports Lombardi.
“The reasons are simple,” states Lombardi. “In order for China to grow, it has to make sure that the eurozone gets out of the debt crisis. The eurozone getting out of the debt crisis would mean increases in demand and more trade between China and the eurozone.”
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