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Migrant workers’ dorm building, China. Future migrants are likely to work in the service sector (photo: Imagine China/Corbis)
After years of double digit expansion, China’s economic growth is slowing. The world’s second largest economy expanded off the back of manufacturing, investment and exports. But, China is now looking inwards for its future growth.
David Dollar, Brookings Institution