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Beyond aid: what other countries can learn from China

China has a clear comparative advantage in infrastructure construction, owing to its lower labor costs and vast domestic market. Image: REUTERS/Jason Lee

Justin Yifu Lin

Professor and Honorary Dean, National School of Development, Peking University

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