While China’s rebound from the pandemic puts it in a better position entering 2021 than any other major economy, the year nonetheless poses major challenges. The shape of economic growth is in for a shake up with authorities reining in real estate lending, and government stimulus proving to be less effective than in the past. Meanwhile, regulators are preparing to clamp down on financial risk with a special focus on clipping the wings of some of China’s most successful private tech companies. And hovering in the background is the uncertainty of what a Biden administration means for the trade war. Dinny McMahon (speaker bio below) will present his outlook for what to expect by focusing on what he sees as the big three themes for the year ahead.
Date & Time:
24 February 2021 (Wednesday); 10:30 am HKT/ 8:30pm CT (23 February)
Dinny McMahon, Economic Advisor at ShoreVest Partners
Isabel Wong, Lynk Editorial Lead
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