In China, the Recession Is Over — or Is It?

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China will soon pass Japan as the world's second largest economy, but it's not easy to cope with such rapid expansion. How long can the growth continue? Can the US and China afford to be adversaries or will global problems force an uneasy partnership?  Also, the deadliest month since the war began in Afghanistan in 2001. On Reporter's Notebook, Majority Leader Harry Reid has put the public option back in the Senate's version of healthcare reform. We hear about liberal Democrats, moderate Democrats and Democrats in Nevada.

Banner image: Chinese investors monitor screens showing stock indexes at a trading house in Shanghai on October 9, 2009. Chinese shares closed up 4.76 percent catching up on gains in regional and other overseas markets. Photo: Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images



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