Is China back? That will require more than just a reversal of recent policies

China’s leadership has announced major policy reversals that have left global investors and others bullish about its economic future. But correcting policy errors is no substitute for the reforms needed to deliver robust growth, including a return to political pragmatism and honest feedback.

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