Global economist Yasheng Huang: What economic slowdown in China means for its political future. Photo: Peter Parkes/Getty
Yasheng Huang says that the Chinese government may be forced into political changes sooner than they think because their whole economic model is built on strong GDP growth – and that is about to drastically decline.
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