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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

China's Global Impact: Executive Summary

China today boasts a geo-economic foundation that is broad, deep, and hugely influential, spanning sectors, regions, networks, and industries. Whether or not multinational companies operate there, China exposures will inevitably impact their business. Executives need to understand the gamut of these potential exposures, so they can position their companies to exploit associated opportunities and mitigate risks.

AUTHORS

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David Hoffman

Senior Vice President Asia and Managing Director of the China Center for Economics & Business
The Conference Board

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Ethan Cramer-Flood

Senior Fellow
China Center for Economics and Business
The Conference Board

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Erik Lundh

Senior Economist
The Conference Board

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