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China’s Services Revolution

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Mon, 24 Jun 2013

Historically, China has focused on infrastructure and heavy industries at the expense of the service sector as it delivered tremendous economic growth over the last two decades. It may be common wisdom now that in order for China to sustain its economic trajectory over the next decade, it must shif

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