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For the past 15 years, the mere mention of the word "China" has brought smiles to the faces of the global business executives who gather annually at the World Economic Forum in Davos.China, so long described as an economic miracle, has become a contagion, setting off negative shocks in markets around the world. A correction in perceptions of China was overdue, but financial markets this month have probably been overreacting on the downside, just as they did on the way up. A surprise this year has been how much the perception of a slowdown in China has rocked U.S. financial markets.Talks have continued this month even amid the economic turmoil – a sign that China's leaders are serious about fully joining the global financial system, bumps and all.Brand China scores high in power and influence, says Sable, and it's rated by millennials as the best country in the world to start a career.
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