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China to the U.S. Investor: “The Reports of My Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated”

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Why Attend
Recognize where the investment opportunities in China lay by understanding how to separate fact from fiction when it comes to the country’s economy.

Session Details
China’s growth has a profound impact on the economies of Asia and securities markets around the world, and the country's economic headwinds are discussed daily in the media. Sensationalist stories are easier to submit to editors and garner a larger readership, but is there a more nuanced way of looking at the issues that may lead to better investment decisions? Subject matter experts will explore and address key questions:

  • Just how bad is China's economy?
  • What has been exaggerated and what should investors worry about? 
  • How should events be viewed in context of what China has achieved—was it all fake? 
  • Is growth in China and Asia coming to an end?
  • What are the implications for equity and bond markets, not only specifically for China, but also for the broader Asia region? 
  • What are the growth opportunities for investors?

Additional Information
CPE-1.5 hrs, CIMA-1.5 hrs, CE-1.5 hrs
1h 15m
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Booth: 930
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