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OU Lecture 2008: The impact of China on development: Listen to/download the lecture

Updated Thursday 29th May 2008

The full version of Professor Kaplinsky's 2008 Open University Lecture to download.

The Open University's 2008 Annual Lecture by Professor Raphael Kaplinsky explores the impact on China of the rise of the Asian drivers in general, and China in particular - and what implications this has for development strategy and poverty in Africa.

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