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Challenges for China's Economic Policy and System Reform

Monday 3 December 2012 16:00 to 17:30 GMT


Chatham House, London


Professor Wu Jinglian, Senior Research Fellow, Development Research Centre of the State Council, People's Republic of China
Christopher Allsopp, Director, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Jim O'Neill, Chairman, Goldman Sachs Asset Management
Chair: Roderic Wye, Associate Fellow, Asia Programme, Chatham House

Type: Research and other events

Professor Wu Jinglian will discuss recent debate regarding the future path of China's economic system, a mixture of command and market economy. He will examine two developments that could evolve from the current system: the first would see deeper market reform and the building of rule of law and democracy; the second would lead to the predominance of the government and state sector. He will argue that the direction chosen by China's new leadership will determine the country's future and strongly shape developments in the rest of the world.

This event is jointly hosted and supported by the Cairncross Foundation.

For more information, please contact the Asia Programme


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