By invitation of the AMENA Center for Entrepreneurship and Development, Lim Guan Eng, Minister of Finance for Malaysia, addressed UC Berkeley students and faculty on
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How do you convince people to drive less? When a team of University of California-Berkeley students considered the problem in the city of Berkeley–where traffic