Wednesday, May 3, 2023 (8:15 AM - 10:00 AM) (GMT+8)Add to Calendar
50 Collyer Quay, #12-03
China's abandonment of COVID-19 controls late in 2022 has reinvigorated the $18 trillion economy that has suffered one of its lowest growth rates in nearly half a century. A recovery of the Chinese economy is in sight for 2023, but the nature and speed of that recovery remain in doubt. As U.S. and European economies are slowing down, a wide-spread assumption by economists is that China's export will barely grow this year due to a drop in demand for Chinese goods, and that growth will mainly come from consumption and investment but less from manufacturing.
In this SwedCham session, Eugenia Fabon Victorino, Head of Asia Strategy at SEB, will talk us through how she sees China's recovery to pan out and how the country's government policy may evolve throughout the year.