No Economic Downturn in China

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Two things most Americans associate with China are astonishing economic growth and mind-boggling pollution. But growth also means stock-market and real-estate bubbles, a shrinking private sector and a restive working class. Now China’s trying to go green at the same time it builds coal plants and imports oil.


Deborah Seligsohn - World Resources Institute, Rana Foroohar - Time magazine - @RanaForoohar, Minxin Pei - Adjunct Senior Associate of the China Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, David Lampton - Director of China Studies, Johns Hopkins University

Warren Olney

Christian Bordal, Karen Radziner, Sonya Geis