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Asia | 5 November 2018 China's Role in Global Rates over the Next 10 Years
In recent months we've been thinking more deeply about the themes for the next economic cycle for China, and its impact on the world.

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5 November 2018 China's Role in Global Rates over the Next 10 Years

By Freya Beamish

In recent months we've been thinking more deeply about the themes for the next economic cycle for China, and its impact on the world.

Posted: 5th Nov 2018 in 'Asia'

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