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Roadblocks That Might Stall China's 'Unstoppable' Rise

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There's been much talk, both in Washington and on the campaign trail, about standing up to China and dealing with the trade imbalance. It's all based on the idea that China will continue to grow and become an economic powerhouse, but there are many reasons why that might not be inevitable. Host Scott Simon checks in with NPR's Frank Langfitt from Shanghai.
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