Chinese Economic Growth Will Slow to 4%; Uncertainty Ahead

October 20, 2014
After a generation of unprecedented economic growth, China faces a deep structural slowdown and broad uncertainty in the decade ahead. "The course of China's growth has always harbored the potential for deceleration at least as rapid as its acceleration. We are beginning to see the signs of this transformation taking hold," says one analyst at The Conference Board.
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