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The Long Soft Fall in Chinese Growth: Implications for the CFO


December 2014 | Publication

Chief financial officers face unique challenges in helping their companies weather the economic slowdown in China. This functional summary is part of a suite of product offerings from The Conference Board on China's slowing growth, and frames the issue from the perspective of the finance function. Put simply: how do you grow in a time of slowing growth? China's economy will require a focus on investment, hidden opportunities, and untapped areas for growth potential. This report details these and provides recommendations for CFOs.

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David Hoffman

Senior Vice President Asia and Managing Director of the China Center for Economics & Business
The Conference Board

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Andrew Polk

Co-founder and Head of Economic Research
Trivium/China


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