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2016 Report on Development of World Overseas Chinese Entrepreneurs

Monday,Dec 12, 2016

Overseas Chinese entrepreneurs, as a whole, are regarded as the world’s third largest economy. So it is a crucial force in China’s economic development and the global economy. Moving on, the Chinese economic circle, composed of Chinese companies and Chinese entrepreneurs at home and abroad, will have a more profound impact on the development of the world economy and become a stronger driving force for global economic growth.

The report identifies the new features and trend of overseas Chinese entrepreneur development and examines their connection and interaction with China’s economy. In addition, it provides an analysis of the new opportunities and challenges that overseas Chinese entrepreneurs are facing in the current China's and world economy.

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