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1st Annual China Goes Global Lecture - Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics

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Professor Yasheng Huang, MIT Sloan Business School

What is State Capitalism? Why has China chosen its current top-down state-led growth model? What is the real growth engine for China? How do indigenous entrepreneurs in India and China compare? Can China continue growing this way? Professor Huang founded and runs the China Lab and the India Lab at MIT Sloan School of Management and is a fellow of Tsinghua University, Beijing and a World Economic Forum Fellow.

For more information, please contact Sally March at Pembroke College on 01223 765526 or by email at sally.march@pem.cam.ac.uk.

This event is kindly sponsored by CRCC Asia and the Kirkwood Family Foundation

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