China's slower growth casts its shadow over the region
This week sees the release of economic growth figures from China, and it is predicted that the numbers will fall short of the government's target of 7.5%.
Only a few years ago, China's growth was consistently in the double-digits, but now the pace of expansion has slowed substantially.
China's economic strength is crucial to the health of the global economy.
So, in order to gauge that impact, we have asked our correspondents around the region - in South Korea, Australia, and Malaysia - what it means in their countries if lower Chinese growth becomes the new normal.
19 Jan 2015