Why China is lowering the bar on its growth

Rob Schmitz Mar 5, 2014
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Why China is lowering the bar on its growth

Rob Schmitz Mar 5, 2014
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China’s National People’s Congress — the country’s annual policy-making session — kicked off today in Beijing. China’s leadership has a lot of work to do, including how to manage a transition to a consumer-led economic growth model. Can they do it? Marketplace China Bureau Chief Rob Schmitz joins Morning Report host David Brancaccio to discuss.

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