Based on a review by Yann Vinh For more than 30 years, China has seen exceptional growth, both in scale and duration, based on a model oriented toward investment, the development of exports and a high-energy manufacturing industry. That growth has enabled hundreds of millions to raise themselves out of poverty but the model has created inequalities (between individuals and regions and between town and countryside), serious environmental pollution and a massive upsurge in greenhouse gas emissions. China’s leaders ...
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