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China’s Prospects: A Perspective from the World Bank Country Director

Tuesday, June 28, 2005 - 10:30am to 12:00pm




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China’s Prospects: A Perspective from the World Bank Country Director

Center for Global Development

China has been the most successful developing country over the past two decades, growing rapidly and achieving the fastest poverty reduction in history. While there are good reasons to think that China could continue to grow rapidly for two more decades, the country also faces serious challenges. On June 28, 2005 David Dollar presented his views on China’s achievements and the challenges ahead. CGD Senior Fellow Peter Timmer followed the keynote presentation with commentary.

Access Mr. Dollar's slide presentation with speaker's notes

Country Director, China and Mongolia, World Bank
Keynote speaker
David Dollar
Country Director, China and Mongolia
World Bank
Peter Timmer, CGD Senior Fellow
Commentary
Peter Timmer

Senior Fellow
Center for Global Development
Lawrence Macdonald, Director of COmmunications, CGD
Moderator
Lawrence MacDonald

Director of Communications and Policy
Center for Global Development