July 22 links: Selective default

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Comments

    • There’s been a 10 year bubble in China bullishness.

      Virtually no-one in Treasury, the RBA or government is the slightest bit concerned about a hard-landing in China.

      The China bulls are in complete control everywhere that matters. What is it with you China Fanboys? You can’t handle a bit of criticism?

    • I’d say lack-of ,BNN..in counter to the upper
      echelon’s of public servants ,mining and
      banking pay-packets,and remunerations …alike

      cheers JR

      • Stutchbury did a piece in the australian yesterday talking about the risks of china blowing up and how disasterous that would be for the australian economy.
        This is the same stutchbury who has been telling us how we have never had it better every week for the last decade and champions the free trade and economic rationalism that has seen our economy specialise to the only thing that we are competitive in (ie mining). Go figure.

  1. You’ve got that slightly the wrong way – we now RELY on the ONLY thing we are competitive in, having run with the free trade and economic rationalism spiel to abandon manufacturing and innovation in favor of a non-productive mega-splurge on property speculation…now the chips are down, we ONLY have comparative advantage in mining. And yes, it is important, very important. We have nothing else that the world wants.

    We need the China story to continue.