China, On The Eve Of A New Presidency

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Rob Gifford, China editor, The Economist
Christopher Johnson, senior adviser, Center for Strategic and International Studies

China has been plagued by political scandal and controversy, just as the Communist government prepares for its once-a-decade transfer of power. It's an important moment for the government, which faces questions about how its economy will be governed and how it will handle deal with foreign powers.

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