China rings alarm for smartphone makers

Share slump raises threat of consumers tightening purse strings

Premium carmakers see China drama ahead

Analysts say sales fall will mean luxury brands warn on profits

Baotou, Inner Mongolia, China - August 17,2005 - Workers push a wheelbarrow with aluminum bindings in Baotou's Rare Earth Aluminum plant August 17, 2005. China's state information center reported recently that low-level investment in some energy-consuming and high-polluting industries has been curbed, with the investment growth rates in steel, cement and aluminum decreasing remarkably. Bloomberg/Natalie Behring

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