China’s economic outlook in the changing global trade order
Little has been said of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to US President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort earlier in April. Nonetheless, there is a clear distinction between Trump’s attitude pre- and post- visit; the former on the border of placing protectionist measures on China and the latter boasting ‘a very, very great relationship’. With potentially millions of US jobs on the line, Trump’s unclear rhetoric does not bode well for a global economy that is already lacking in certainty.
Jin Keyu, Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics, will brief Asia House corporate members on China’s economic position in the changing global trade order.
Professor Jin is a tenured professor of Economics at London School of Economics. She is from Beijing, China, and holds a B.A., M.A., and PhD from Harvard University. Her field of expertise is international macroeconomics, international finance, and the Chinese economy. Her research has focused on global imbalances and global asset prices, demographics, as well as international trade and growth. Her research is tightly linked to examining the various economic issues in China, with a particular in interest in saving and government policies. She has also worked/consulted for the World Bank, the IMF, the New York Fed, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and JP Morgan.
The briefing is in a series of events at Asia House which looks at the new global trade order. Our programme assembles decision-makers and influencers to brief corporate members on this new trade architecture as it takes shape.
This briefing is open exclusively for Asia House corporate members. To register, please contact David Shui-Jezierski in the Business & Policy Team at email@example.com or call 0207 307 5458.