Since China emerged from economic isolation in 1978, it has grown to become the second largest economy and the world’s leading manufacturer. In 2015, it faces enormous challenges and opportunities as it transforms from a low-income emerging economy into a middle-income global leader. What challenges and opportunities face China? How will it deal with the numerous trade-offs? What are the implications—not just for the Chinese, but also for multinational enterprises and investors? We’ll provide the answers.
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