A worker produces fabric in a textile factory in Binzhou in China's eastern Shandong province. A trade war with the United States has restricted options for Chinese leaders looking to restructure its economy away from dependence on low-level manufacturing, which was once its backbone.
To understand how China got where it is today, we look back to when the country first opened its economy to the world over 40 years ago....
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