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- Neil Hughes former senior operations officer, China and Mongolia department of the World Bank, and author of "China's Economic Challenge: Smashing the Iron Rice Bowl"
- Michael Wessel commissioner, U.S.-China Economic & Security Review Commission
- Bill Powell senior writer for Time Magazine, based in Shanghai
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