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Is a commodities supercycle looming, and what risks does it pose for China?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Booming commodity markets are fuelling debate in China about the potential impact of a commodities supercycle, which could saddle producers with high costs for years and pose a major threat to the country’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.Commodities fell slightly last week from recent record highs after the US dollar strengthened and Chinese authorities took steps to intervene in the market, but raw material prices are expected to remain buoyant until at least the end of the…

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Booming commodity markets are fuelling debate in China about the potential impact of a commodities supercycle, which could saddle producers with high costs for years and pose a major threat to the country’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.Commodities fell slightly last week from recent record highs after the US dollar strengthened and Chinese authorities took steps to intervene in the market, but raw material prices are expected to remain buoyant until at least the end of the…

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