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    The Role of Taiwan in the Development of Greater China

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    START DATE 23 January 2011
    START TIME 12:00am
    END DATE 23 January 2011
    END TIME 12:00am

    This event is part of the China seminar series. The series will focus on the development of Greater China which comprises, in practice, the mainland provinces and cities including and south of Shanghai, the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau and Taiwan.

    This event is part of the China seminar series. The series as a whole will focus on the development of Greater China which comprises, in practice, the mainland provinces and cities including and south of Shanghai, the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau and Taiwan. Greater China is the main engine of growth in the economy and the main source of exports to the EU, the USA and elsewhere. Its prosperity depends upon exports, pending the growth of the domestic economy of the mainland. The event speaker is HE Ambassador Siao-Yue Chang, Director of the Taipei Representative Office, London.

    Time: 5pm 
    Location: The Barn, Hendon campus
    Further information: All staff and students are welcome. Places must be booked in advance; please email Kim Rayment (k.rayment@mdx.ac.uk).

     

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