The Associated Press reports from BEIJING:
Former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn began his return to public life Monday with a speech at a business conference in Beijing after the scandal over his arrest in New York City on sexual assault charges.
Appearing onstage with him, prominent Chinese economist Li Daokui praised Strauss-Kahn's "huge contributions" to the global economy while at the IMF.
"In China, a lot of people still support you and really love you," said Li, a member of the Chinese central bank's monetary policy advisory committee. "Beijing probably is the most welcoming place for you." Read the full story.
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