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How to make active aging an integral part of economic growth in China

Welfare reform must work in tandem with social policy to solve the challenges of China’s aging population. Image: Unsplash/Yogurt Yogurt

Han Jian

Associate Professor of Management and Co-director, Centre on Digital Economy and Smart Enterprise and Centre on China Innovation, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)

Sarah Kemp

VP International Government Affairs, Intel

Ninie Wang

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Pinetree Care Group

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