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Frankfurt Conference 2019

05 June, 2019
Frankfurt - Grandhotel Hessischer Hof, 09:30am - 12:00pm

In partnership with OMFIF

China is reshaping the global economy with its outward investment and through the scale and pace of change of its domestic markets. But high debt, the leadership’s determination to maintain state control over key parts of China’s economy, and growing friction with other major economies have put the sustainability of its current model in question.

Bringing together experts from Capital Economics and OMFIF, this meeting will give an overview of China’s five-year economic outlook and address the implications of Chinese policy for the rest of the world.

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Topics to include:

  • How bad is the outlook for China?
  • Can policymakers reinvigorate the economy?
  • What does weakness in China mean for the rest of the world?
  • What are the economic, political and financial market implications?

Speakers will include Group Chief Economist, Neil Shearing, and Chief Asia Economist, Mark Williams.

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