New president's challenge to keep China growing


New president's challenge to keep China growing

China’s incoming leadership must to do more to fix deep-seated structural problems hurting the economy. If they don’t face up to the challenge, the country’s future growth and social cohesion is at risk, says Louis Kuijs, Chief China Economist at RBS.

Economic Analysis

22 March 2013

China’s incoming leadership must to do more to fix deep-seated structural problems hurting the economy. If they don’t face up to the challenge, the country’s future growth and social cohesion is at risk, says Louis Kuijs, Chief China Economist at RBS.

Early signs suggest President Xi Jinping and China’s other new leaders, who officially assumed power at the National People’s Congress (NPC) in March, are open to reform.

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Xi's challenge to keep China growing.

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