In China, a Rivalry for Economic Stewardship
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In China, a Rivalry for Economic Stewardship

Beijing : China | Oct 19, 2012 at 8:27 PM PDT
Source: Newyork Times
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Advocates for far-reaching economic policy changes in China have long pinned their hopes on Wang Qishan, a cagey former banker with a reputation for forcing difficult decisions through recalcitrant bureaucracies. Yves Herman/Reuters Li Keqiang is expected to become prime minister of China next... FULL ARTICLE AT Newyork Times
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China's economic growth slowed to 7.6% in the three months through June
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