As growth has slowed, China must transform its export-led economy to one fueled by domestic consumption, become a leader in technological innovation, and power these changes with renewable energy. China is also increasingly positioning itself as a leader on the world stage, even as it cracks down on dissent from its highly-connected population. What will these changes mean, not only for China, but for the planet?
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