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Conversations at the World Economic Forum in Davos might begin with the global economy, but sooner or later they turn to Donald Trump.There is more anxiety in the air than any time since the global financial crisis.Altman wonders whether we have finally arrived at the moment predicted in Alvin Toffler's 1970 book "Future Shock" when the global system is so complex and changing so fast that it outpaces any ability to analyze and understand it.In periods like this, open systems like America's will do better than closed ones.While it's a messy, sometimes ugly process, the American system takes in a lot of diverse, contradictory information and responds.When China was growing, we all were amazed by the efficiency of the system.The biggest question about the world economy right now is: What is going on inside China's black box? The country is, after all, the second-largest economy on the planet, and the engine powering global growth in recent years. The economy, the society and the country are being transformed.
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