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China Development Forum 2011 – China's Global Integration

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LSE Students' Union China Development Society and LSE Asia Research Centre forum

Date: Saturday 22 January 2011
Time: 8am-6pm
Venue:  Old Theatre, Old Building
Speakers: Over 30 speakers including Brett Clayton, James Kynge, Ambassador Liu Xiaoming, Zhang Wei-guo

Over 30 highly respected international speakers including China’s Ambassador to the UK Liu Xiaoming will appear at the LSE China Development Forum 2011 to talk about China’s place in the world and how multilateral cooperation between China and other global players can be achieved on a wide range of issues.

This year, the annual China Development Forum will address the issues arising from China's increasing international responsibilities and involvement, and examine the possible shift in the paradigm of China's integration with the world.

This event is open to all but pre registration is required. Tickets are £30 for students, £40 for academics, researchers and MBA students, and £100 for corporate professionals. To book a ticket visit www.lsecds.org/cdf.  Please note that the registration deadline is 16 January.

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