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Thursday, April 04, 2013

Video: Growth, Adjustment, and Covergence in Asia - INET Hong Kong

One of the things I hoped to hear about at the INET conference here in Hong Kong is the degree to which China’s development model can be used by other countries. This is a nice discussion of this topic, including whether the development model will continue to work for China itself:

They are far more worried than I would have guessed about the resource constraints, etc. associated with adding "a billion new consumers" to the global economy (this is emphasized during the Q&A).

    Posted by on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 06:55 PM in Development, Economics | Permalink  Comments (3)

          


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