Thirty Years of Reform: Has China's big moment really come?
Though China has so far escaped much of the impact of the global credit crisis, a weakening world economy poses growing challenges to the country's effort to maintain domestic growth and to transform its economic structure over the longer term. While 30 years of economic reforms have achieved much, long-standing problems remain, including inequality, instability and a lack of sustainability and political reform. Will current circumstances accelerate, or retard, the pace of change in China, and what are the likely implications for the rest of the world?
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