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“The two who coined the term Chimerica, Ferguson and Schularick, consider it imperative that this close economic relationship come to an end.”
“The word Chimerica describes an economic entity comprising China, the world's largest manufacturer, and the United States, the world's largest consumer.”
“Chimerica" - like notion of "superfusion" between the U.S. and Chinese economies.”
“Chimerica" -- China plus America -- seemed like a marriage made in heaven.”
“The disaster of "Chimerica" - Can both sides be losers?”
“Chimerica" - the partnership between the big saver and the big spender - is key.”
“Many will dismiss the idea of Chimerica altogether, especially in light of the earthquakes that shook the global financial system in 2008 and 2009.”
“In short, Chimerica is hiding in plain sight, unrecognized, unacknowledged, and unwanted.”
“There was actually one country at the heart of the global economy in the early 21st century, and it was called Chimerica -- China plus America.”
“And it was called Chimerica -- China plus America.”
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