The Conference Board - China The Conference Board - The China Center for Economics and Business in Beijing, as well as its councils of peer executives in Europe and the United States, provides members with advance intelligence on public policy, regulations, and economic developments in China that are likely to affect members’ businesses. Because the China Center is “on the ground” in China, its research is always relevant and offers executives immediate access to a well-established and reliable business source for information that can help them make sound planning decisions. Discover more about the China Center here. en-us Thu, 29 Jan 2015 12:01:24 UTC Copyright©2015 - The Conference Board, Inc. All rights reserved. The Conference Board torch and logo are registered trademarks of The Conference Board, Inc. The Conference Board Economics Watch® Emerging Markets View Lower oil prices help oil importers, but overall Tue, 27 Jan 2015 UTC China Center Chart of the Week: Pricing for newly constructed real estate – between a rock and a hard place <p>Despite the apparent weakening of buyer Thu, 08 Jan 2015 UTC The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2015: Creating Opportunity out of Adversity—Building Innovative, People-Driven Organizations (Strategic Overview) <p>In the current slow-growth global economic Wed, 07 Jan 2015 UTC The Long Soft Fall in Chinese Growth <p>Is the China slowdown over? Absent reforms that resolve China&rsquo;s productivity and debt challenges, The Conference Board expects a &ldquo;soft fall&rdquo; to growth of about 4 percent by 2020, including negative growth for certain sectors and regions. While there is tremendous potential for reform, political challenges make bold action Wed, 21 Jan 2015 UTC The Conference Board Global Economic Outlook 2015: How do Growth Prospects Impact the Bottom Line? <p>What do low projections of economic growth for Europe mean for the financial top and bottom lines of business there? Slow growth obviously affects the top line, especially of those companies heavily reliant on domestic markets in Europe. But to what extent are cost pressures beginning to create additional problems for the bottom line? Mon, 01 Dec 2014 UTC