Meanwhile, credit markets have been tightening, and China's central bank has offered little relief. All of this comes as weak global growth has slowed demand for Chinese goods.
And as a result of all of this, China is slowing.
This is bad for news for the U.S. which counts China as its third biggest export market.
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