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As anticipation mounts for a more forceful Chinese government effort to end the nation’s stock rout, Bloomberg Economics chief economist Tom Orlik explains why the long-term outlook in and around Beijing may not be as bad as it appears right now. Tom speaks with Tom Keene and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg Radio.
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