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China's consumers will surprise the world

Chinese consumers will continue to increase in wealth and complexity, and fears about the country's slowing economy are overblown, experts said

    China's growth slows to 7% in Q1

    figure was better than the forecasts that first-quarter growth would fall slightly below 7% due to weak investment and demand

      Opinion

      [Interview]

      An Even More Dismal Science

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      Whichever policies turn out to work best, one thing has become clear: optimism is out of fashion
      [Blog]

      How might a China slowdown affect the world?

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      China is not the world’s growth engine and never has been.

      Life & Culture »

      Drinking tea on the Great Wall

      We were having tea on the Great Wall when a Japanese soldier appeared and stole a piece of cake. My brother started cursing. The soldier grabbed me…

       

      Interview: Xiaolu Guo

      I wanted to compare Western and Eastern youth, politics and apolitical living, the idea of translation and mistranslation

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      Dispelling the Myths of Organic Food

      To claim that organic food is more nutritious and safer would be misleading consumers, and ultimately hurt the trust between producers and consumers.

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      Issue 399

      Print: 2014-07-14

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      Major Stories »

      New Financing Channels for Urbanization

      The end goal of the development of the municipal bond market and promotion of the PPP model is to build a long-term funding supply mechanism for urbanization.

      Private Hospitals to Get More Pricing Power

      The government’s monopoly of medical resources, which it has achieved through favorable policies to public hospitals, is the fundamental problem facing medical reform.

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