The Chinese impact upon global commodity markets has been powerful and profound. In some cases, China represents more than 50%-60% of global demand and on an incremental basis, China is > 100%. As part of his thesis relating to a shift in Chinese growth sources towards consumption, Dr. Mansharamani has been exploring the commodity implications of a Chinese growth shift.

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