Chinese find development has a high price
Fast-paced industrial growth comes with more pollution, corruption
Hong Kong thrives as gateway to China trade
Aiming to be the currency go-between for yuan and the dollar
West get ready, here comes China 2.0
After decades of rapid growth, Asian giant faces fresh challenges
China 2.0 - Economic transformation
China's growth following the failed policies of Chairman Mao Zedong has lifted hundreds of millions out of poverty. The next phase of development may be tougher.
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British firms face ethical dilemmas in Bangladesh
For the first time, Tesco, one of the largest retailers in the world, opened the doors to its factory in Bangladesh. ITV News visited a production center said to be ethically run. It manufactures many of the 40 million garments made in Bangladesh every year for the supermarket giant Tesco. ITV’s Laura Kuennsberg reports.
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