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Why a real reform debate is opening up in China

Overview

The current debate in China about economic reform should be taken seriously in the run-up to this year’s leadership transition. The fall of Bo Xilai, a strong supporter of the existing economic model, has emboldened reformers who had already started their campaign for change amid a wide recognition that the world’s second-largest economy is at a crossroads as it has to cope with problems magnified by the stimulus package launched at the end of 2008. However the prospects for...

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