Episode Detail: China Inside Out - Primetime
Bob Woodruff explores China's economic rise and its impact on the rest of the world in reports from Angola, Brazil and Cambodia, as well as China and the U.S. A major consequence of China's rise is its need for resources to meet demand from its growing middle class. One source: oil-exporting Angola. In Brazil, meanwhile, soy prices have risen dramatically, due in part to Chinese purchases. Woodruff also assesses China's ties to its Asian neighbors and its complex relationship with the U.S.