Good Reason for China to Go Slow on Reforms

Simply empowering the market is no panacea.

Markets have grown pessimistic about China's prospects.

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China's critics are united on one point: The country's central problem is that it's moving too slowly to embrace free markets. For now, however, the bigger risk lies in moving too fast.

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