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13:21, October 30, 2012

Sustainable reforms

Kuhn also said that Chinese leaders need to conduct reforms in a sustainable manner. The word "sustainable", which is widely used in China's economic and environmental policies, befits the reform model China should adopt, he said.

"I look to China's new leadership to be very concerned about reforms and making changes, as reforms now affect all sorts of things," Kuhn said.

"It's opening up markets and allowing media to become more and more free, as well as transparency and other aspects of democracy within the government, so reform has broad aspects and needs to be managed carefully so you don't have dramatic problems," he said.

"China has to keep managing the process going forward, but it still has to continue going forward."

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