A shrinking trade surplus and economic uncertainty are looming over China’s new leadership. Their response has been a renewed call for further urbanization to boost domestic consumption. But are even bigger cities the solution?
The Year of the Dragon has been one of change and challenge. The Communist Party skillfully navigated the tricky waters of a once-in-a-decade leadership transition while the downfall of Bo Xilai and his allies reminded the public that corruption continues to plague the highest levels of power.
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