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China—Separating Fact from Fiction

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Fri, 21 Mar 2014

China is undergoing a fundamental transition from an economy based on credit and investment to a more balanced structure focused on consumer spending, services and rising productivity. In our white paper, “ China—Separating Fact from Fiction ,” we explore many misconceptions that linger with regard

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