China’s old engines of growth are slowly fading. But what shouldn’t be overlooked is how this structural shift towards consumption and services is unleashing a number of new powerful growth drivers. Dale Nicholls outlines how this backdrop is reshaping the investment landscape across Asia’s largest economy.
RecordedOct 6 20166 mins
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