As China’s first full year of rebalancing draws to close, how has President Xi Jinping done?
Reasonably well, it seems. Growth appears to be moderating gently, stocks continue to soar and most economists still foresee a soft landing rather than market-shaking meltdown for the world’s second-largest economy.
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