Davos 2016: Difficult reforms ahead for China as growth slows

Disappointing growth figures from China, and a gloomier growth forecast from the IMF have cast a pall over the opening of the World Economic Forum. We speak to two leading economists in Davos - Nariman Behravesh from IHS, and Keyu Jin from the London School of Economics - about what we should expect from China in 2016, and whether there are reasons to be cheerful.