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Why Innovation and Consumption Will Trump Any Tariffs on China

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Why Attend
Discover how Asia’s rising middle class and a wave of innovation make the region attractive to global investors.

Session Details
Despite worries of a potential trade war and a drumbeat of media-driven concerns about the region, China remains the world’s best consumer story. Over the next 20 years, two billion more Asians are expected to join the world’s middle class. As disposable incomes rise, these consumers are increasingly willing to pay a premium for goods and services. This is fostering a virtuous cycle of innovation in the region that will spread, influencing businesses around the world. In an interactive thought leadership session, subject-matter experts will discuss:

  • The macro impact, if any, of trade tariffs on the region
  • The significance of Asian consumers’ buying power
  • Innovative small-cap companies in sectors beyond technology
  • Why improving productivity is becoming a priority in Asian companies
  • How investors can profit from fast-growing segments of the Chinese economy by looking beyond the large names in equity indices

Additional Information
CPE-1.5 hrs, CIMA-1.5 hrs, CE-1.5 hrs
Education Session
1h 15m
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Booth: 434
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