21 January, 2015 | (01 hr)
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Is the China slowdown over? Absent reforms that resolve China’s productivity and debt challenges, The Conference Board expects a “soft fall” 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 difficult.
Join this webcast as David Hoffman, vice president and managing director of The Conference Board China Center, details what this transition will likely entail, the research and analysis behind our estimate, the possible directions China's leaders could take, and what it all means for European multinationals operating in China.
David Hoffman is responsible for development, thought leadership, and programming for The Conference Board of Asia, and for China-related business and policy-community engagement worldwide. His areas of expertise include:
Rainer Schultheis is Executive Vice President and Managing Director, International. His previous positions at The Conference Board include executive fellow for the European finance and economics councils; program director of the Asia-Pacifi c CFO Council, the Asia-Pacific Supply Chain Council, an...Full Bio