The US-China Business Council’s annual Forecast on January 30, 2018, brought experts and policymakers to discuss the year ahead. The half-day program featured comprehensive projections for the Chinese business and political environment in the year Forecast, as well as developments in US trade policy.
China’s economy is slowing after years of rapid growth, but demand is expected to continue, according to economists who recently spoke to the US-China Business Council (USCBC).
Reduced regulation and increased energy production are the pillars of the Trump administration’s economic plan, according Stephen Moore, a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation and economic advisor to President Trump during his campaign.
The year ahead will be a decisive one for China’s economy, as policymakers must decide between a long-term rebalancing strategy or measures that produce short-term economic gains, economist Dan Rosen said January 28 at the US-China Business Council’s (USCBC) annual Forecast Conference.