Opinion: The China-watching community of optimists, debt hawks and policy critics needs to stop sending conflicting messages to decision makers
"Which of the three lenses one chooses to view China can affect conclusions on a remarkable variety of issues, from China’s 'supply-side' reforms to reduce overcapacity in infrastructure to intensive efforts to build capabilities in high tech sectors such as semiconductors to China’s foreign economic policy," writes Scott Kennedy.
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