The world's second largest economy is trying to meet 5.5% GDP growth for the year. But, it's currently falling shy of that target. International economist Lawrence Lau — a longtime professor at Stanford University — looks at the prospects for China. He says that quality growth, rather than quantity only, will be the way forward. He speaks with our Host James Chau.
Part 1: What's Ahead for China’s Economy? | Lawrence Lau
Part 2: Improving Supply Chains Now | Lawrence Lau
Part 3: Hong Kong Today | Lawrence Lau
Part 4: Living in Dangerous Times | Lawrence Lau