Despite a steady recovery, risks to China's economic outlook remain high. These include a protracted global slowdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, mounting pressure from a possible US-China decoupling and long-standing structural issues facing the economy.
Against the background of increased uncertainty in the global market, China has launched a new economic strategy called "Dual Circulation," which aims to cut the country's dependence on overseas markets and technology. What exactly is the "Dual Circulation" strategy and what are the implications for the global economy? Which one of the troika, namely consumption, exports and investment, will be the most important driver of growth in post covid-19 and beyond?
AmCham is delighted to have two distinguished economists who will share their expert views on where the Chinese economy is headed.
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