Not all countries have experienced the same recovery from the effects of the pandemic. The US economy has shown strong growth, outperforming other advanced economies such as the European Union, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Canada. Energy prices, fiscal and monetary policy, and China's economic slowdown have contributed to the diverging paths of these economies. The US has benefited from lower inflation, generous government support, and shifting consumption patterns, allowing consumers to continue spending despite rising prices. However, the US economy is expected to slow down in the final months of the year as pandemic savings decline and borrowing costs remain high. Meanwhile, China's economic recovery has faltered due to weak consumer spending, a slump in real estate, and muted global demand for its goods. Government spending and improving retail sales may provide some boost, but the property downturn and weakening exports will continue to hinder growth.
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