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August 17, 2009

Kenneth Lieberthal discusses collision of Chinese domestic politics and international business demands

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"They've always looked in the past to what's good for China, and they still do. But for the first time, added to that is the consideration that they're in the position of being rule-makers, not just rule-takers."

"China Warms to New Credo: Business First"
by Michael Wines, The New York Times

Posted by zzhu at August 17, 2009 09:35 PM