China's challenge: Beijing's tactics for managing slowing growth
China has trimmed its 2017 growth target. The government is now aiming to expand its economy by around 6.5 percent as it continues to implement a proactive fiscal policy and maintain a prudent monetary policy, according to premier Li Keqiang. So what's next for the world's second-largest economy? Stephen Carroll speaks to Keyu Jin from the London School of Economics.
Also in this programme:
- Rate rise rumbles - we're asking if America is ready for a new normal in interest rates as its economy powers ahead.
- And we go behind the scenes of India's growing wine industry - and uncover the French connections in its vineyards.