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China's youth find opportunities in a greener future

Sustainability will drive economy and job market over the next five years

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Local farmer plant trees in the desert at the Yangguan protected area as part of Ant Forest initiative: China's social values are changing.   © Getty Images

Jason Tu is co-founder and chief executive of MioTech, an AI-powered risk platform for financial institutions based in Hong Kong.

Ten years ago, when my generation began looking for opportunities inside China, the economy was transitioning from labor-intensive manufacturing to a technology hub. The key priorities for what was then China's twelfth five-year plan were "inclusive growth" and developing "next-generation IT."

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