Tuesday, April 5th: Former World Bank economist on why China won’t crash

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Date(s) - Tuesday, April 5 2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

glo London


China is not crashing at all, says China-watcher and former World Bank economist Louis Kuijs, who will speak to the Shanghai FCC on Tuesday, April 5. Now Head of Asia Economics at Oxford Economics, Kuijs will discuss the outlook for China’s economic reforms, its mountain of debt and the so-called fiscal transformation. Oscar Garschagen from Dutch daily NRC Handelsblad will introduce Kujis and ask him about his predictions for China’s economy.

About the speaker

Previously senior economist at the World Bank in Beijing (2004-2011), Louis Kuijs also served as chief economist at the Royal Bank of Scotland in Hong Kong. He has also held roles with the International Monetary Fund and the Economist Intelligence Unit. The Dutch economist (University of Amsterdam, London School of Economics) is now at Oxford Economic Forecasting, the firm which masters in the tricky art of looking into the future.

Venue: Glo London
1, Wulumuqi Lu, near Dongping Lu
Time: Tuesday, April 5th, 7pm – 9pm (Doors open at 7pm, event starts at 7.30pm)
Ticket price includes two drinks and snacks. 


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