There have been many surprising events taking place in China over the past decade, and by 2030, China will become a country where everybody is richer, and where the digital economy is pervasive everywhere. This is what Mauro Guillén, dean of the Cambridge Judge Business School, predicts China will look like in the next 10 years to come.
After publishing the Chinese edition of his book, 2030: How Today’s Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything, Mauro shares his view with Global Times.
“[China] It’s going to be a country with fewer young people and more people above the age of 60. It’s going to be a country where everybody is going to be richer than today. It’s going to be a country where the digital economy is pervasive everywhere. Hopefully it will be a country that will play a very important role in the world, a constructive one collaborating with other countries, including the US.” he says.
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