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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.

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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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The 2008 Open University Lecture





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