Flag flies over low-income neighborood in Beijing

Flag flies over low-income neighborood in Beijing
China's national flag flies over a low-income neighborhood in the heart of downtown Beijing on March 28, 2013. China recorded its widest rural-urban income gap last year since the country launched its reform and opening-up policies in 1978, according to Chinese economists. Income inequality poses a real threat to social stability in China, according to the World Bank and the new Chinese leadership. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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