VIDEO: Why Companies Are Wary of the Shanghai Free-Trade Zone

China recently launched the Shanghai free Trade Zone as a move towards liberalizing its economy. But as the WSJ”s Andrew Browne tells us, foreign companies are questioning just how free the trade zone is.

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