DCCC Shanghai invites to ‘China’s Home Stretch to Recovery’

Despite the strong finish in 2020, the recovery in China’s domestic demand still lacks a “solid” foundation. Growth in household spending remains well below pre-pandemic trend. Even with the surge of spending during the Lunar New Year holidays, the sustainability of the recovery is still uncertain.

Join the DCCC as we discuss China’s economic outlook and how we expect the yuan to perform this year.

This event is an offline – online event. Our speaker Eugenia Victorino will join us online from Singapore, but you have the possibility to come to SEB’s office to listen to the talk and to meet up with your network. Please indicate in your registration if you want to come on site or if you want to take part in the event online. In case you want to join online we will send you a link to the webinar.

About the speaker:

Eugenia Victorino joined SEB in August 2018 as the Head of Asia Strategy, focusing on macro and FX strategy research in the Asia Pacific region. Prior to SEB, Eugenia spent almost 6 years as an Economist at Australia and New Zealand Banking group (ANZ) in Singapore covering ASEAN and South Korea.

She is a frequent speaker at major international media outlets like Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and BBC. She also worked at ING bank in Amsterdam focusing on country risk in emerging markets. Previously, she worked as a university lecturer handling Microeconomics theory, Mathematics for Economics, and Statistics at Ca’Foscari Univerisy of Venice and Ateneo de Manila.

Registration is open until Wednesday, March 17th, or as long as there are seats available.

Friday 19th March, 2021 / 15:00 – 16:30 pm

33/F, Two IFC, Shanghai IFC, 8 Century Avenue, Pudong New Area, Shanghai (上海市浦东新区世纪大道8号国金2期33楼3301-05&15-16单元)

Please note that there are limited seats avaliable at SEB bank, so sign up early to ensure your spot if you would like to participate at the location!

About Zazithorn Ruengchinda

ScandAsia Journalist • Scandinavian Publishing Co., Ltd. • Bangkok Thailand

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