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Progress at a price

7 July 2009 By John Foley

Conflagrations that killed 156 people in Xinjiang had little to do with economic woes. Yet China s economic policy has everything to do with civil stability. Sadly, Beijing may not realise that the purblind pursuit of rapid growth makes unrest more likely.

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