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Dennis China has been a major source of revenue for companies but as the growth rate slows down to seven point 5%.
The credit markets are overheating and tightening up the money flow naturally.
The companies with major exposure to China twelve of them have been underperforming.
The broader S&P 500 index year to date to take a look at Yum! Brands one example KFC has obviously very big presence in China now along with Pizza -- of course they've also been affected by the Avian flu outbreak earlier this year.
In its last earnings report him emphasize his strategy to bounce back in China and they say they expect to see a turnaround is good news for them -- actually happens.
And take a look now at Intel where slower growth in China also has been a headwind for the chipmaker.
As well as some analysts say businesses would be wise to shift the way they invested China to withstand the slowdown so.
Rather focusing on those export oriented industries start targeting businesses analysts say that are -- did or collaborating with essential government.
Which aims in there the five year plan to lift another 5% of people.
Into the middle class growing -- number of middle class from 40%.
To 45% of that is certainly one way of looking at it but.
Collaborating with central government -- is -- very difficult thing to -- as some of our business stories indicated recently.
All right thanks -- and let's just -- the US would kill for seven point 5% GDP growth no kidding import.
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