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James Packer: The Business of Asia (Complete)

SYDNEY, March 14, 2013 — Crown Limited Chairman James Packer argues that Australian businesses and schools have to deepen their engagement with China in order for Australia to remain economically viable in the decades ahead. (28 min., 36 sec.)

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