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U.S. Tariffs Put China's Economy to a New Test

Jun 5, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
Workers at Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba prepare for a sales onslaught coinciding with 'Singles Day,' billed as the world's largest one-day online shopping festival.

Workers at Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba prepare for the online shopping extravaganza known as 'Singles Day.' Domestic consumption has become a significant part of the Chinese economy, helping to buffer it somewhat from U.S. tariffs.

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The global financial crisis of 2008 pushed China to pursue a new economic model. A decade later, U.S. tariffs and investment restrictions show how the country has grown -- and where it still struggles....

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