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.