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What's Next For China's Economy?

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The global economic downturn has caught up with China, and the world's second largest economy is showing signs of slower growth. Weekend Edition host Rachel Martin talks with economists Michael Pettis and Andy Rothman about what's next for China's economy and how that might affect the U.S. and global markets.
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