21 June, 2017 | (01 hr)
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Global China exposures for national economies, multinational companies (MNCs) and financial institutions are many, and they are multiplying in terms of types and intensifying in terms of magnitude.
Please join us as Conference Board experts identify and dimension - and quantify where possible – the major exposures to the MNC business environment emanating from China, across both the short and long term, and help top business and financial service executives understand how to position for associated opportunities and plan for associated risks.
- Likely effects of a more significant GDP slowdown in China than is currently anticipated.
- Exposures caused by new volatility in the value of the RMB.
- Potential impact of deterioration in geopolitical relations between China and its key economic partners.
- Opportunities and risks presented by China’s substantial investment projects along the “Belt and Road” region.
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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 Singapore. Cramer-Flo...Full Bio
Erik Lundh is a senior economist in China Geo-Economics at The Conference Board’s China Center. Based in New York, he is responsible for much of our work on the implications of China’s global economic integration and works closely with both the global economics team and our researcher...Full Bio
Michael Hirson leads Eurasia Group's coverage of China, with a focus on macroeconomic and financial policies, economic reforms, and political developments affecting foreign firms and investors. Prior to joining the firm, Michael served three years as US Treasury's chief re...Full Bio