Wall St wannabe points to China's growth risks


Simon Rabinovitch

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Thursday, 3 March 2011


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Yujiapu does not roll off the tongue like Wall Street, but planners in the northern Chinese port city of Tianjin hope it soon will. Round-the-clock construction is transforming muddy ground into what officials boast will be the world's largest financial zone a decade from now. It's a monument to the ambitions driving China's economic growth and to the sort of risks leaders in Beijing see piling up alongside the country's new skyscrapers.