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The Observer: Fears Grow over Pace of Reform as China Ushers in New Leaders

November 4, 2012

From Tania Branigan in the Observer, “Fears Grow over Pace of Reform as China Ushers in New Leaders”:

"Deng Xiaoping had a famous saying about how reform should go: 'Crossing the river by feeling the stones'," said Gao Wenqian, previously an official researcher and now a senior policy adviser at the New York-based Human Rights in China, who says that he is sceptical that any significant changes will actually materialise. "The present situation is 'feeling the stones, but not crossing the river'."

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"In the past, the high speed of economic growth could ease the problems. China's pace of economic development has declined right now, and it has exposed the social problems," said Gao.

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