So if the Chinese economy slows down, commodity prices - industrial commodity prices are likely to remain under pressure. They've already come down a lot. They remain under pressure and the resource producers have less money. In other words, the Brazilian goes into recession. The Middle East does not grow as much as before. Central Asia, Africa and so forth all contract, and then they buy less from China and you have a vicious cycle on the downside.
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