China’s Defense Buildup Pays Off

In 2017, China can be expected to roll out new military capabilities and increase spending. Official military spending in 2016 increased 7.6% to 954 billion yuan ($147 billion). This was the first single-digit rate of growth in a decade, which Chinese officials linked to lower economic growth rates...

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