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Explaining the Scandal in China

Experts are calling it China's biggest political scandal since Tiananmen Square. But the downfall of Communist Party insider Bo Xilai remains shrouded in mystery, confounding the most seasoned China-watchers. Kojo explores the ongoing political fallout and asks what this means for China's power structure and its economic relations with the rest of the world.

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