Should we believe China's growth statistics?
Issued on: Modified:
During the third quarter, the Chinese economy expanded by 6.9 percent, the slowest since 2009. Graduates say they're having a hard time finding good jobs. But a growth rate of 6.9 percent is phenomenal by most countries' standards. So why is it such a big deal that China's growth is falling?
Also on the show, humanity is once again shooting for the moon, almost five decades after the first visit by man. This time the private sector is getting in on the action. "Lunar Mission One" is hoping to send an unmanned spacecraft to drill on the moon's surface and it's asking for funding from the public.
Daily newsletterReceive essential international news every morningSubscribe