Bimco: Can China's consumption keep up the pace?

While the US economy looks to be back on track, the deflation in Europe is causing concern. The joker will be China, where export indexes are rising.

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The global growth is doing better, but if you are a shipowner looking to invest based on the economic key numbers, things are not quite good enough yet.

That would be one way to sum up Bimco's analysis of the global economy. Things are going quite well in the United States. Europe is causing the biggest concerns, and the biggest question mark is aimed at China.

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