Trade war or not, China has been in the headlines more than ever in recent months, after 40 years of economic reform and growth. The world’s number two economy now faces a new set of challenges.
On the 11th of July, Chatham House is hosting a conference on China’s Economic Future to assess China’s economic strategy and prospects at their London headquarters.This event will draw on the Institute’s international networks to bring together senior policymakers, business leaders and subject matter experts. Sessions will assess the challenges facing China’s domestic economic reform agenda, its evolving approaches to global diplomacy, progress in proposed technology-led industrial transformation, and the sustainability and desirability of its development model compared to others in the Asia-Pacific region. Key speakers include:
– Lord James Sassoon, Chairman, China-Britain Business Council
– Sir Vince Cable, Leader, Liberal Democrat Party
– Mark Tucker, Chairman, HSBC
– Fu Chengyu, Chairman, Sinopec Group (2011-15)