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, 02 Oct 2014 02:10:45 UTC Copyright©2014 - 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 Emerging economies’ performance remain Fri, 26 Sep 2014 UTC China Center Chart of the Week: SLF injections are preemptive, not stimulative – and perhaps a baby step toward price-based monetary policy <p>Last week, local news reports in China Thu, 25 Sep 2014 UTC China Center Data Flash: August data confirms Q3 weakness <p>Economic data for August released last week was Wed, 24 Sep 2014 UTC The Conference Board Economics Watch® - Emerging Markets View <p>This monthly webcast provides the latest insights from TCB&rsquo;s Economics Team on the growth performance of major emerging markets, especially the outlook for China, India, Brazil and Mexico as well as Southeast Asia.</p> <p>As a special topic, this month&rsquo;s webcast will focus on how slowing in China&rsquo;s economic growth will impact Thu, 16 Oct 2014 UTC The Long Slow Fall in China's Economic Growth <p>Is the China slowdown over? Many analysts think China has had a &ldquo;soft landing&rdquo; that will yield about 8 percent annual growth for the next decade. The Conference Board disagrees. Absent reforms that resolve China&rsquo;s productivity and debt challenges, we expect a &ldquo;soft fall&rdquo; to growth of about 3 percent, including Wed, 22 Oct 2014 UTC