in beijing. alarm our correspondent linda yu reports on the shifts and what they body for the future. >> if you want to make it to the top and stay there, it's all about finding your balance. that is true whether it is a dancing line in hong kong or the economy. china is slowing,. can it find new ways to grow without crashing? hong kong used to rely on factories, too. 15 years ago this street would have been full of puddlers. as the economy has developed, they shifted to the services sector. for most of the people serving on this street are mainland chinese. >> when i first came here in 2005, it wasn't like this, she tells me. since 2010 there are lots of mainlanders because they have lots of money. these mainland chinese are heading home. these consumers are who the chinese government is counting on to make a crucial shift in the economy away from factories and towards services. shops, education and insurance. for the first time ever this year, the service sector is a bigger part of the economy than manufacturing. >> it is not that chinese factories are going out of business.
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