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In this photo taken Nov 5, 2013, Liberal economist Mao Yushi speaks during an interview in his home in Beijing, China. Mao says private businesspeople in China are increasingly concerned about political reform because recent abuses by local officials against entrepreneurs have shown that the rule of law is needed to protect people and their assets. (AP Photo/Gillian Wong)
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In this photo taken Nov 5, 2013, Liberal economist Mao Yushi speaks during an interview in his home in Beijing, China. Mao says private businesspeople in China are increasingly concerned about political reform because recent abuses by local officials against entrepreneurs have shown that the rule of law is needed to protect people and their assets. (AP Photo/Gillian Wong)

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