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Dealing with growth in China

China has become the world's biggest producer of wind turbines and solar panels and its economy is set to grow to overtake that of the United States within two decades, according to some forecasts.

In its efforts to fulfil that destiny China is looking to go beyond making cheap mass produced goods and move up the value chain into more complex areas of manufacturing.

Americans are now concerned that the US can not compete and has accused China of dumping - selling goods for below the cost of production.

Today business presenter Simon Jack spoke to Li Junfeng, president of the Chinese Renewable Energy Industry Association, and asked him whether the US criticisms were fair.

"The current problem in the market is the over the supply," he said.

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