Pieter Bottelier

former International Economist, World Bank

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Former international economist at the World Bank (1970-1998), including four years as chief of the its Resident Mission in Beijing (1993-1997); Senior Adjunct Professor of China Studies at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University

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