IMF Conference on Global Implications of China's Trade, Investment and GrowthInternational Monetary Fund, HQ1 Room 2-530
Washington, DC, Friday, April 6, 2007
China's emergence as a leading international investor and exporter has changed the world economy substantially. This conference, sponsored by the IMF's Research Department, will focus on China's increasingly important role as an engine of growth in Asia and China, and the nature of its tremendous growth in trade and investment over the last 20 years.
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