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China at a crossroad: New global realities and domestic adaptations
December 12 | 11 a.m. ET | 16:00 GMT
Host: Anna Mok, partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP
1 Overview CPE credit | Specialized Knowledge
China’s economic development and practices are increasingly complex and global in nature. Not merely participating in global institutions, but transforming them, China’s economic strength and forceful global engagement are also changing the terms on which major trade and investment partners are willing to engage. We’ll discuss:
- China’s response to both external forces and the strong internal forces arising in China’s domestic evolution.
- The current state of play in China’s domestic market and policy reforms.
- How multinational companies can adapt their organizations and talent to these and other changing factors.
Participants will learn about real implications for business of the new global realities that China is facing.
China’s economy appears to be slowing. The escalating trade dispute with the United States is an undercurrent to several indicators that point to a deceleration and potential challenge to the Pacific region.