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The Telegraph: As in the past, opening up is the key to China’s future

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about China’s economy and what the country should do for its further development. “China’s opening-up and embracing exchanges with people and countries across the world has played a very important, and sometimes under-appreciated, role in China’s impressive economic growth and development over the past 40 years. China can best achieve its ambitious goals for further development and play a more comprehensive role in the global community commensurate with its size and long history, by embracing a new phase of opening-up.”

Read the full article [telegraph.co.uk]