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Yet all that has happened in China is a slowdown in the growth rate.This slowdown has stopped well short of a recession and doesn look as though it is going to develop into one. Indeed, several indicators suggest that the Chinese economy has stabilised, albeit at a much lower growth rate than a few years ago.Over and above China, of course, but partly associated with it, there has been a collapse in oil and commodity prices. This has brought severe pain to those companies and countries that produce these things.