Dr Dambisa Moyo: Investors will be 'in a big mess' if they don't hold 10% in China

Looking east could help investors

Lauren Mason
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Zambian author and economist Dr Dambisa Moyo, who serves on the boards of Chevron Corporation and the 3M Company, spoke to editor Lauren Mason about the six key issues facing the global economy, why China holds the key to worldwide growth, and how to invest in the US and Europe amid several headwinds.

Prior to becoming an international public speaker and the author of four books so far - including Dead Aid and The Edge of Chaos - Dr Moyo spent eight years at Goldman Sachs and, after pursuing her MPA and PhD degrees at Harvard and Oxford, two years at The World Bank.  Let's start at the beginning of 2020. How positive were you on the economic backdrop at the start of the year? Before the pandemic hit, we were already on a trajectory for low economic growth, both within developed and developing countries. I was very worried about the rise of technology and the subsequent risk of a ...

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