The nuanced relationship between corruption and economic development should not lead anyone to think that corruption is an attractive policy choice. Photo: Bloomberg

Can China curb endemic corruption before its economy slows and people lose faith?

Dan Hough says China’s impressive economic results have defied those who say corruption and growth don’t go together, but this, and the Chinese people’s unfailing hope for the future, won’t last forever

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The nuanced relationship between corruption and economic development should not lead anyone to think that corruption is an attractive policy choice. Photo: Bloomberg
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