China in the Second American Century

Until recently, the Chinese economic juggernaut seemed unstoppable. Once China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, its GDP exploded. Unfettered access to American markets – combined with predatory trade practices – allowed China to grow an economy only one-tenth the size of America’s to one nearly two-thirds as large. Where do things go from here? What will this mean for both China and the United States? And how should managers, policy-makers, and investors think about it? Keep listening to find out.

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