September 14, 2006

COVER STORY : Lionising Business – Five CEOs on a changing China

The former low-lying swampy turf of Shanghai’s Pudong district is now home to around 300 of the Global Fortune 500 companies. Across the Huangpu River, old Shanghai houses another 100 or so of the world’s finest monuments to capitalism. China’s phenomenal re-emergence on the world stage is challenging established views of many countries’ places in a new economic world order. What, then, is New Zealand’s place?

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