China, today, is on a roll. After more than thirty years of consistent growth, mostly at high-levels, China has reached a level of global admiration for its economic success and respect for its political agendas. It would appear as if China is well-positioned to achieve a level of influence, if not power, in a multitude of economic, social and political spheres that would have been unthinkable only a decade ago.
Yet, there are no guarantees, and while China is positioned well for continued future success, there are a number of major challenges that it must master if it is to continue on its way. On November 18th we speculated together about issues such as innovation, demographics, currency adjustment and single-party leadership might mean for China in the coming decade.