China’s economic emergence since the early 1980s represents an unprecedented story of success. However, its debt-fueled investment economy, coupled with its rapidly aging population and serious gender imbalance, has created an unsustainable situation. What problems will it face? What are its biggest opportunities? What will that transition mean for investors, policy makers, and the global economy? We’ll provide the answers you need.
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