China's 2015 growth data, released this week, provides an opportunity for Beijing to argue that the underlying economy remains sound despite recent stock market chaos. Michael MacKenzie asks George Magnus, an associate at Oxford university’s China Centre and senior economic adviser to UBS, how reliable the data are and what China's leaders need to do to reassure investors and the markets.

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