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PART I: OUTSTANDING CHALLENGES 1. Can Rapid Economic Growth Continue? 3 Andrea Boltho 2. Economic Growth and the 'Luxury' of a Clean Environment: Is a Short Cut Possible in China? 23 Nicoletta Marigo 3. One, Two or Three Chinas? Evidence of Increasing Spatial Inequality from 1990 to 2000 45 Vasco Molini 4. US-China: A New Balance of Power in East Asia 65 Maria Weber PART II: THE REFORM OF THE WELFARE SYSTEM 5. State-owned Enterprises Reform and Rising Unemployment 83 Giacomo Boati 6. Dealing with an Ageing Population in China 103 Maria Weber and Anna Stenbeck 7. In Search of an Inclusive Public Health Care System 123 Maria Weber and Anna Stenbeck 8. Liberalisation of Trade in Insurance Services: Widening Opportunities for Foreign Suppliers? 143 Benedetta Trivellato 9. Conclusions 161 Maria Weber Index 179Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: China Economic policy, China Social policy, China Foreign economic relations United States, United States Foreign economic relations China