China's cash: Take it or lose it

Ting Xu
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Washington, DC
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Economy Environment

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Ting Xu
Senior Project Manager
Bertelsmann Foundation
As project manager for the Bertelsmann Foundation in Washington, DC, Ting Xu can discuss international relations, World Bank projects, China and Asia.
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English,Mandarin Chinese
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Biography

Ting Xu is a senior project manager for the Bertelsmann Foundation in Washington, DC. Before joining the Foundation she worked on several sustainable development projects at the World Bank. Ting was a member of the World Bank team on Wenchuan Earthquake Emergency Relief and Reconstruction in 2008. She has also worked for the International Fund for Agricultural Development in Washington, DC and for the Asian Development Bank Institute in Tokyo. She began her career as an account executive for Dentsu Inc. 

 Ting is author of “China’s Rise and the Emerging G3 Global Framework”, her most recent work published online at atlantic-community.org. She was born in Sichuan, China and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Beijing Normal University and a master’s degree in international economics and international affairs from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). She was also a graduate fellow of the United Nations Association.  


Story Pitch

The US and Europe need more engagement with China on trade policy
China will soon pass Japan in terms of gross domestic product, says Ting Xu of the Bertelsmann Foundation. That will make the Chinese economy the world’s second largest and give Beijing major influence over global markets.
Recent Publications/Appearances

INTERVIEWS:

August 30, 2012 China Times Online "China's cash: Take it or lose it"

September 29, 2011 Guest Host Al Jazeera English - The Stream "China's class war?"








 

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