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China's New Leaders Face Economic Challengesi
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William Ide
November 01, 2012 2:04 PM
China's once-roaring economy is showing signs of slowing and is on course for its worst year of economic growth in more than a decade. Steering the country's economy in the right direction is one of the key challenges China's new leaders will face as a once-in-a-decade changing of the guard begins on November 8. VOA's William Ide has more from Beijing.

China's New Leaders Face Economic Challenges

William Ide

Published November 01, 2012

China's once-roaring economy is showing signs of slowing and is on course for its worst year of economic growth in more than a decade. Steering the country's economy in the right direction is one of the key challenges China's new leaders will face as a once-in-a-decade changing of the guard begins on November 8. VOA's William Ide has more from Beijing.


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