Just when North America transitions into the next phase of the Fifth Techno-Economic Revolution dominated by IT and cheap energy, China faces an even more wrenching transformation to a consumer-driven, market economy. The rest of the world will be forced to adapt in order to make the most of what these two powerhouses are becoming. What are the big transitional issues facing China? What opportunities and threats does this transition raise for investors and managers worldwide? What should you do to make the most of the evolving situation? We’ll provide the answers.
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