21 April, 2014 | (01 hr)
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What is the "long view" on China’s growth and development, and what are the major long-term risks that are masked by China’s recent rapid growth? China is undergoing a major transition, including a sharp growth slowdown, hazardous structural imbalances, mounting social and political pressures, and acute geo-political tensions. What are the major impacts on global markets? And what are the foreseeable outcomes for multinational companies operating in China, ranging from promising to calamitous? China’s immediate challenge is to develop its industrial infrastructure to be world competitive. Longer term, China has a demographic challenge, made more difficult by its one-child policy.
Who Should Attend: Senior-level executives whose strategy, planning, and/or supervisory responsibilities include China
David R. Hoffman is vice president and managing director of The Conference Board China Center. Based in Beijing, Hoffman is responsible for the center’s strategy, research agenda, research program delivery, partner relationships with Chinese government organizations, and value delivery to m...Full Bio
Ethan Cramer-Flood is the associate director of The Conference Board’s China Center for Economics and Business. Based in New York City, he helps direct the Beijing-based China Center and supports The Conference Board’s Asia-based operations in Hong Kong and Sing...Full Bio