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Economic Transformation and Poverty Reduction: How it happened in China, helping it happen in Africa

Launch of the Report of the China-DAC Study Group

Date: Wednesday 8 February 2012
Time: 6-8pm
Venue:  Vera Anstey Room, Old Building
Speakers: Professor Thandika Mkandawire, Anthony Smith, Dr Wang Xiaolin, Professor Li Xiaoyun

China has undergone a huge transformation over the last 30 years and lifted millions of people out of poverty. This panel discusses the findings of the China-DAC Study Group report on China's lessons on poverty reduction for developing countries.

Thandika Mkandawire is Professor in the Department of International Development, LSE.

Anthony Smith is Director of International Relations at DfID

Dr Wang Xiaolin is Director of IPRCC.

Professor Li Xiaoyun is Director of China-DAC Study Group.

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