Karl Gerth

Professor of Chinese History, Oxford University

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Professor of Chinese History at Oxford University and author of As China Goes, So Goes the World: How Chinese Consumers Are Transferring Everything

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On Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, store owners are learning Chinese. When Bond Street in London runs out of pounds, shops accept Renminbi.

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On Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, store owners are learning Chinese. When Bond Street in London runs out of pounds, shops accept Renminbi.

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