China's 'Mr. Market' Says Reform the 'Only Way Out'
Description:Meet China's Mr. Market, Wu Jinglian, who is considered by many to be the country's most famous economist. In the 1980s and 90s he was an advisor to China's leaders and helped push through reforms that underpinned the country's economic rise. But in recent years the octogenarian has been an outspoken critic of what he calls 'crony capitalism' and has urged more political reform. So what does he think of China's new reform blueprint? I met up with him in Shanghai.(4:23)