Somewhere, On A Monday Afternoon, A Man Has Bitten A Dog, But Not In Shanghai

That story, reprinted above in its entirely, sure beats any excerpt of this one though:

The World Bank published a report Monday saying that China stands at a “turning point” of its development and could face an economic crisis if Beijing fails to push forward with reforms in the next 20 years.

The 468-page document, China 2030: Building a Modern, Harmonious, and Creative High-Income Society, was prepared by the World Bank and the Development Research Center under the State Council.

I’m certain one of the circles of Hell includes reading 468-page World Bank reports prepared under the auspices of China’s State Council.

H/T RFH.

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