If China’s ascension to the WTO marked the high point of globalisation, Brexit and the election of Donald Trump may have signalled the begining of its retreat. With roughly half the voting populations of Britain and the USA rejecting the principles underpinning the Washington Consensus, what will the impact be on China?
The European Chamber is delighted to welcome the Head of the European Union Delegation to China and the Ambassador of the United States to China, to headline a host of leading economists, academics and business leaders who will analyse the outlook for China as we move into 2017.
What are the implications of China’s ‘L-shaped’ recovery? Will China seek to fill the void after TPP dies? And what are the prospects for foreign business operating in China and for Chinese business looking to invest overseas? These questions, and more, will be comprehensively debated at the European Chamber’s Annual Conference 2016.