China Abroad

Ferguson, Tim
March 2011
Forbes Asia;Mar2011, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p8
The article discusses various issues related to the plight of Chinese people who migrated to some remote locations outside China. About 36,000 Chinese people are seeking help in Libya alone due to internal unrest. Chinese authorities are much concerned about the safety of their people who are living abroad to fulfill Chinese business and investment agenda abroad.


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