The Digital Economy

China's digital economy is a world leader, but it still faces challenges

If China is to ensure the continued development of its digital economy, its leaders will need to implement smart regulations. Image: REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

Andrew Sheng

President, Fung Global Institute

Xiao Geng

Professor, University of Hong Kong

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