An article from the WSJ studies the consequences from a China slowdown. Of course, the most impacted would be commodity producers, like Brazil. From the article:
“The first set of economies affected would be big commodity producers that sell to China or rely on China’s demand indirectly. Top of that list would include Australia (coal, iron ore, natural gas), South Africa and Brazil (industrial metals) and Chile (copper). Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand and Vietnam supply rubber, and Indonesia provides a lot of coal.”
Full article here.

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