The Danish Chamber of Commerc in China, DCCC, is inviting you for an update on the outcome of the 19th Communist Party Congress in Beijing. Co-founder of Trivium/China and former Resident China Economist for the Conference Board’s China Center, Andrew Polk, will at a dedicated breakfast meeting on 15 November deliver a presentation and answer questions.
The immediate effects of the 19th Communist Party Congress have been quite easy to notice: Security has been tightened, and license plate restrictions and several restaurants and bars have been closed. It is evident that this political meeting is very important, but why is it so important and how can the outcome of the meetings affect your foreign company operating in China?
To help us gain a better understanding of the outcomes of the meeting, the DCCC has invited Co-founder of Trivium/China and former Resident member of the Conference Board’s China Center, Andrew Polk’s presentation and q&a will have specific focus on economic policies and the business environment in China. This is your chance to understand what the fuss is all about and to prepare your business for the future political reality in China.
Throughout his career, Andrew Polk has accumulated a vast amount of knowledge on monetary policy, capital flows and financial market development in East and Southeast Asia with an emphasis on China. He is currently working as Head of Trivium/China’s economic research and was previously Resident Economist for the Conference Board’s China Center.
Time: Wednesday, November 15th from 8.00-9.30
Venue: Westin Hotel Beijing Chaoyang, 7 North Dongsanhuan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing.