China_etal_MIIS_DRH

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China’s Growth and Sustainability Challenges: Global Implications David Roland-Holst Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics College of Natural Resources UC Berkeley [email protected] Monterey Institute of International Studies Monterey, California February 21, 2011
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Roland-Holst 2 Contents 1. Global Overview – Emerging economies and global growth 2. China and India 3. China Two Ways 1. Energy 2. Food 21 February 2011
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Roland-Holst 3 1. Global Overview • The landscape of the global economy will change rapidly in the coming decades • New growth will be dominated by large emerging economies in Asia and Latin America (BRICs) • These tectonic shifts in demand will be accompanied by an intensification of global resource use. 21 February 2011
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