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The Chinese government's heavy-handed efforts to contain recent stock market volatility – the latest move prohibits short selling and sales by major shareholders – have seriously damaged its credibility.However, China's policy failures should come as no surprise. Still, China's economy remains a source of significant uncertainty. China's government believed that it could engineer a soft landing in the transition from torrid double-digit economic growth, fueled by exports and investments, to steady and balanced growth underpinned by domestic consumption, especially of services. A China beset by serious economic problems is likely to experience considerable social and political instability.China needs to accelerate its efforts to increase domestic consumption, which, as a share of GDP, is far below that of other countries.
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