Zhenyu LiAugust 14, 2013 06:08
BEIJING — For a long time, China has served as a sustained growth engine for the world’s economy. However, after a decade of miraculous expansion driven by exports and investment, China’s economy is slowing, and is moving away from the model that has served it so well.
Is the "oriental pearl" losing its luster? Or is it appreciating in value?
Jing Ulrich is especially qualified to answer these questions. Ms. Ulrich is the managing director and chairman of global markets, China at J.P. Morgan. She is one of the most prominent advisors to some of the world's largest asset management companies, sovereign wealth funds and multinational corporations.