Robert Peston explores China's dramatic economic slowdown and its potential impact on Britain. Visiting a ghost city and deserted factories in the north east, Peston reveals how China has built up one of the biggest debt bubbles in world history, and questions whether China's economic woes are worse than Beijing is admitting.
In the booming south, Robert Peston hits the shops to explore whether China can spend its way out of the slowdown - in the face of debts still growing by hundreds of billions of pounds a year.
Forever growth superstition.
Video by BBC: This World - The Great Chinese Crash (2016)