China stock market no cause for alarm globally
China’s stock market in freefall, Greece’s economy collapsing – these make great…
Georgia (Aug 10, 2015) — China’s stock market in freefall, Greece’s economy collapsing – these make great headlines, but local economists say these events are having little effect globally.
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Govind Hariharan, professor of Economics and Finance at the Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University, says these stories - while huge in their own countries - are not having ripples in the world market Greece has a gross domestic product that is about the same of greater Miami – about $281 billion. That’s hardly enough to make the world blink.
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