12:00 pm EST - 2:00 pm EST

Past Event

The Current State of China’s Macro Economy and Capital Markets

Monday, December 17, 2007

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong

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China’s economy has experienced continuous rapid growth for 5 years since 2003; Chinese stock markets have also entered an upward trend under the stimulations of non-tradable shares reform and the appreciation of the RMB. Meanwhile, new problems are emerging globally, such as the subprime crisis, the global inflation and the slowdown of global economic growth.

Addressing both the opportunities and the challenges ahead, participants of this program engaged in a comprehensive and in-depth discussion on the future direction of China’s economy and capital markets, from these four perspectives: the listing of Chinese companies in foreign exchanges, the importance of China’s economy and capital markets to the world, global inflation, and the current state and prospect of the A- and H-share markets.

Read the event brief in Chinese »