China's Transition

China could become the world's biggest economy in 2014, but it now has to shift the engine of its economy from exports to domestic consumption, find new energy sources, cope with the environmental costs, adapt its one-party politics for a demanding, internet-connected population, and stake out its space as a world power. What will this mean, not only for China, but the rest of the planet?

Reuters / Aly Song

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