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Dialogue 11/24/2012 China pledges to tackle income gap

11-25-2012 04:35 BJT

In Asia’s largest emerging economy, rapid growth is leaving millions behind. China’s yawning gap between rich and poor is growing in the attention it draws as well. China''s yawning wealth gap has triggered not only rural resentment over the wealthy urban dwellers, but also is brewing discontent within cities as well as villages. Although the Chinese economy has grown into the world’s second largest, the original goal of China''s economic reform to achieve common prosperity remains a distant future. During this time of transition, the country’s leaders are looking to tackle the issue head-on.

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