Curtain Raiser for Two Session Economic Policies
As the annual NPC and CPPCC conferences draw near, economic measures supporting a stronger and more balanced recovery are widely expected. What will materialize at the Two Sessions? How will China navigate the headwinds from weak external demand, distress in the manufacturing sector and bleak employment and income growth?
Experts from leading research institutes and other thought leaders share their insights on these macroeconomic policy, industrial and corporate issues from a global perspective.
-What is the current status of the Chinese and the world economy?
-What kind of near-term macro policies do we expect from the Two Sessions, and how will growth and budgetary targets be adjusted?
-What’s the outlook of China’s external sectors?
-What have been changed by the pandemic in the global trade and supply chain systems?
-How to revive consumption and what trends to watch in the China consumer market?
Speakers（in order of speaking）：
Tu Xinquan, Dean and Professor, China Institute for WTO Studies, UIBE
Li Wei, Professor of Economics, Associate Dean of Global MBA, CKGSB
Huo Kan, Assistant Editor, Director of Macroeconomics Desk, Caixin Media
Nicolas Veron, Senior Fellow, Bruegel and Peterson Institute for International Economics
Li Zengxin, Deputy General Manager, Caixin Global