Further Decline or is There Recovery in Sight?
23 October, 2019 | (01 hr)
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As global industrial production keeps declining, trade disputes rage on, and globalization retreats, it feels as if China’s economy is in the eye of the storm. While not undamaged by all those events, official estimates of China’s growth suggest the economy has only modestly slowed down.
Underlying the numbers, however, are significant pressures on different parts of the country's financial system, suggesting China’s economy is undergoing some seismic shifts. Are things getting worse before they get better?
In this webcast, we will examine:
- What is going on with China’s manufacturing? How do state owned enterprises, private business and global companies compare?
- Is China making the adjustments from an export- and investment driven economy to one based on consumption and services?
- Is the role of government policy changing?
- And what is happening to the labor market?
Who Should Attend: Those with an interest in the economic, business, and policy direction of the US and global economy
Leo Austin is a Senior Advisor at The China Center for Economics & Business, The Conference Board. He has lived and worked in China for twenty-two years and is one of few foreigners to have led a large Chinese-owned corporation. He has separately completed twelve major China investment ...Full Bio
A leading authority on China’s economy and financial system, Leland Miller works closely with chief investment officers and corporate boards on their trading and investment strategies, while helping them mitigate long-term risks using China Beige Book’s™ proprietary forecasting ...Full Bio
Anne Stevenson-Yang co-founded J Capital Research in late 2007 and is J Capital's Research Director. Her coverage areas include solar, internet, medical devices, property, some consumer and direct-sales names, and China's macro-economy.
Ataman Ozyildirim, Ph.D.
Ataman Ozyildirim, PhD, is the director of economic research and global research chair at The Conference Board. He specializes in the development of economic indicators and in forecasting aggregate economic activity worldwide. He also oversees The Conference Board’s Global ...Full Bio
Bart van Ark
Bart van Ark is executive vice president and global chief economist of The Conference Board, a global business research think tank headquartered in New York...Full Bio