What will China's economy look like in the year ahead? This question is especially intriguing and complicated this year for the world's second-largest economy after a rough year full of anxieties over Covid-19 and beyond.
CanCham with FBCS(Finnish Business Council Shanghai) is pleased to invite Professor Bo CHEN from Huazhong University of Science and Technology to further analyze China's Economy. Following topics will be discussed:
- China-US economic conflicts from trade war
- China's Strategies towards External Pressure
- What and Why is RCEP
CHEN received his Ph.D. degree in Economics from Simon Fraser University (Vancouver, Canada) in 2008, and is as a Research Associate of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC). His opinions about China's economy policies appear in various mainstream media such as CCTV, BBC, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, and Lianhe Zaobao. Besides the central/federal governments of China, Canada and Australia, Dr. Chen has also given keynote speeches on China Macroeconomic Policies and Reforms to many leading business groups and think tanks such as the Goldman Sacks Group, HSBC, the Deutsche Bank, BAML, the Asian Society, and the Rhodium Group.
- 19:00-19:45 Registration
- 19:45-20:25 Presentation
- 20:25-20:45 Q&A
- 20:45-21:00 Networking
PRICE: This event is 100 RMB for FBCS members, and 150 RMB for non-members. If you need Fapiao, please send your Fapiao information, along with the event name and price of ticket to firstname.lastname@example.org to request e-Fapiao.
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