What’s Wrong With China’s Economy? Can It Be Fixed?

China’s leadership is aiming for economic growth of around 5% this year. That’s a pretty ambitious goal given the confluence of problems facing the world’s second-largest economy: sluggish consumer spending, a shaky property market, a multi-trillion dollar stock rout, a US drive to curb its big tech ambitions, record youth unemployment and towering local government debt. The impact of these strains has been felt around the globe on everything from commodity prices to equity markets. And Presiden

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