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China’s South a Window on Economy and Reformi
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March 08, 2013 12:08 AM
China recently began service of the world's longest high-speed rail line. It stretches from its political nerve center in the north to Guangzhou - one of country’s key economic centers in the south. Both the high-speed rail and Guangdong’s massive city of Guangzhou are windows into the tremendous economic challenges China’s new leadership is facing. VOA’s William Ide reports.

China’s South a Window on Economy and Reform

Published March 07, 2013

China recently began service of the world's longest high-speed rail line. It stretches from its political nerve center in the north to Guangzhou - one of country’s key economic centers in the south. Both the high-speed rail and Guangdong’s massive city of Guangzhou are windows into the tremendous economic challenges China’s new leadership is facing. VOA’s William Ide reports.


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