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China’s Very Relative Malaise

Perspectives Content Submission

Thu, 11 Jul 2013

In the 16 years since I started visiting China at least once a year, the pace of change, both economic and social, has been dizzying, and the progress has been faster, smoother, and more durable than had seemed possible. Certainly, China’s transformation and enrichment have belied the warnings of i

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