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Yuan is deputy Beijing bureau chief for the FT. She was previously China tech correspondent and a Marjorie Dean intern writing about development economics at The Economist.
She is co-founder of the campaign, Rethinking Economics, that is calling for a more relevant curriculum that reflects real-world events.
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