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As China emerges from a public health crisis, its economic prospects hang in the balance.
Widespread job losses, plummeting consumer spending, and a slump in global demand led to a historic decline in Chinese GDP in the first quarter of 2020. But policymakers have been reluctant to roll out aggressive stimulus measures seen in previous crises.
Three experts on China's economy will share their views on the country's tentative recovery. What's driving the government's response? What structural changes are happening? And what lessons does China offer for the rest of the post-pandemic world?
Santander Professor of economics and Associate Dean, China-Europe International Business School
Lecturer in economics, China-Europe International Business School
Professor of economics, Antai College of Economics and Management at Shanghai Jiaotong University
Moderator: Tom Hancock, Financial Times
WHERE: Kartel, 1 Xiangyang Bei Lu, 5th floor
WHEN: Tuesday 14 July, 7pm for 7:30pm start
TICKETS: 50RMB members; 150RMB non-members
Capacity is limited. No tickets at door.