Global Education
RE Speakers Series

"The Myth of China's Might and What It Means..."

Jeremy Haft '88 (Georgetown University)
Jeremy Haft '88, who has built and run companies in China for more than 15 years, spoke to Ransom Everglades students, parents and friends about China and the myth of China's power on March 4, 2014.
Haft is also an author and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service. His latest book is All the Tea in China, about America's enduring competitive advantage over China, and how the United States can leverage this edge to create jobs. His commentary on Chinese trade has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio and a variety of cable news outlets."

Jeremy Haft's blog page at The Huffington Post
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