Kennesaw State University symposium on trade with Asia

“China has to improve its governance in order to sustain its economic growth in the world;…

Georgia (May 6, 2011) — “China has to improve its governance in order to sustain its economic growth in the world; otherwise it will become stagnant in the future,” said Dr. llan Alon, Cornell Chair of International Business at Rollins College, FL, and author of 24 books on China.

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China has transformed from a Communist backwater into a rising industrial tiger along with India, Dr. Alon added, as he spoke to a 200-odd audience in the Symposium on Asia-USA Partnership Opportunities (SAUPO), organized by Kennesaw State University and held at the W Atlanta-Midtown Hotel on April 8, 2011.

The dialogue between diplomats, policymakers, corporate managers, nonprofit practitioners and scholars included economic, social and cultural insights for strengthening trade between the USA and Asia, especially China, India, South Korea and Japan.

 

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