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Dalian 2009 - Global Dimensions of China's Domestic Growth

http://www.weforum.org/11.09.2009With per capita GDP at US$ 2,000, Chinese incomes are currently about one-tenth of those of Americans; yet, expectations are that the country will eventually overtake the United States as the world's consumer of last resort.How will China's future growth and consumption affect trade patterns, commodity markets and investment flows worldwide?This session will share key findings from the Resource Summit, organized at the Annual Meeting of the New Champions, to provide a long-term outlook for the metals and minerals sector.Sarah O. Alade, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of NigeriaCho Tak wong, Chairman, Fuyao Glass Industry Group, People's Republic of ChinaJon M. Huntsman Jr, US Ambassador to the People's Republic of ChinaDavid Li Daokui, Director and Mansfield Freeman Professor of Economics, Center for China in the World Economy (CCWE), Tsinghua University, People's Republic of China; Global Agenda Council on the Future of Mining & MetalsZhao Xiaoyu, Vice-President, Operations, Asian Development Bank, ManilaDashdorj Zorigt, Minister of Minerals and Energy of MongoliaChaired byBernard Lo, Presenter, Bloomberg News, Hong Kong SAR
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