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11 October 2012

Three kinds of regulation (China)

Scholars and entrepreneurs exchanged insights at a symposium during the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin. One of the key participants explained there were three kinds of regulations the government can make: hard, soft and smart. Smart regulation is defined as " an invisible hand to guide and promote innovation from the bottom up" especially in certain industries.

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