As the rate of resources and energy-hungry investment in China falls, commodities such as iron ore and coal will not fetch anything like the prices they did a few years ago.
Investment in the resources and energy sector will fall as current projects are completed – BREE notes that committed project investment is already down from a peak of $268 billion in April 2013 to $229 billion a year on.
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China’s rate of investment is only one factor that determines its demand for resources and energy.
They add that while the investment phase of the commodities boom lasted for roughly five years, the output and export phase will last decades.
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