Op-Ed Commentary: Chris Devonshire-Ellis
Nov. 23 – This is Part II of my essay concerning the discussions and findings of the annual Economist China Summit which took place in Beijing last week, bringing together the cream of China-based businessmen, academics and analysts. Part I may be viewed here and Part III here.
In this discussion, dealing with China’s population and labor demographics, the panel consisted of KK Fung, managing director of Jones Lang LaSalle; Cai Fang, director of the Institute of Population at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; and Gordon Orr, chairman of McKinsey Asia. Continue reading