We are pleased to promote this upcoming China event, where we will be represented on the panel…
“China’s growth continues to fascinate, perplex and trouble western observers. This panel will explore China’s economic growth, the elements of the strengths and flaws of China’s recovery, the policy initiatives to shift from an export-led to a consumer-driven mod and the potential threats to China’s growth in the short-term. The speakers will explore the causes of the imbalance of China’s growth model as well main drivers of China’s long-term development and how sustainable these are. They will also explore the state of social reforms and the privatization/liberalization process of the economy. Turning to China’s external relations attention will be given to China’s strategy in its investments abroad and for dealing with its dollar reserves? ”
Professor Linda Yueh: Linda Yueh is a visiting professor at the London Business School and a fellow in economics at Oxford University where she is also the Director of the China Growth Centre (CGC).
Dr Kerry Brown : Dr Brown in a Senior Fellow at Chatham House on the Asia Programme
Jeremy Gordon: Jeremy is the founder and Director of the consulting firm China Business Services.
Stephen Jen: Stephen Jen is managing director at BlueGold Capital Management LLP
Date: 24th June 2010
Time: 7.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m. (presentation starts at 7.00 p.m.)
Venue: London Business School, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4SA.
Tube: Nearest tubes – Baker Street or Marylebone (5 mins walk).
Cost: £25 for members; £32.50 for non-members and guests.