FT Global China Editor James Kynge examines China’s dramatic transformation from the world’s manufacturing workshop to the next global superpower in the first episode of this six-part series. As a result of that change, China and the US are in a battle over who will dominate.
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James Kynge presents this offer. Senior producer Edwin Lane is responsible for it. Producer Josh Gabert-Doyon is responsible for it. Executive producer Manuela Saragosa oversees it. Breen Turner designed the sound, and Metaphor Music provided the original music. Chief audio officer of the Financial Times is Cheryl Brumley.