China’s Economy: What to Expect in 2017
Companies and analysts are paying attention to economic goals have been set for 2017 this month during the National People’s Congress meetings in Beijing, and looking at what the goals may mean for foreign companies. In the annual conference work report, Premier Li Keqiang noted economic goals to continue to cut overcapacity, move forward with financial and, tax regime reform, the pursuance of a prudent monetary policy, and a growth target of 6.5 percent for 2017. At the same time, some companies have been impacted the slowdown in the economy and economic policies, and questions remain about key economic indicators and the ability to maintain growth.
Please join us for a lunch briefing with Dr. Liu Li-Gang, Chief China Economist of Citigroup, who provide an overview of what companies should know about the China economy in 2017.
Date: Tuesday, March 28
Location: Hilton Shanghai
2 F, 250 Hua Shan Road
Fee: RMB 300 (Payable at the door); US$45 (Payable by credit card)
Registration Deadline: Monday, March 27
Contact: Cindy He ([email protected]; T: 86-21-6288-3840; F: 86-21-6288-3841)
This event is for members and invited guests of USCBC only. Registration is required.