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China's economy experienced slow economic growth of 3% in 2022. However, with the 'dual circulation' policy to tap into the huge domestic market starting to bear fruit and expected to accelerate now that epidemic control policies have been axed, China's economy is expected to recover this year. According to the latest IMF World Economic Outlook, China's economy is forecast to grow by 5.2% this year.

Which areas of China's economy can we expect to see the strongest growth in 2023 and beyond? The Chamber is delighted to have Jing Liu, Chief Economist for Greater China at HSBC, to share her insights on the prospects at a luncheon on 21 March.

Speakers' presentations at this event are intended for educational purposes only and do not replace independent professional judgment. Statements of fact and opinions expressed during this event are those of the speakers and participants and, unless expressly stated to the contrary, are not the opinion or position of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, its members, or its committees. The Chamber does not endorse or approve, and assumes no responsibility for, the content, accuracy or completeness of the information presented. Attendees should note that, with the approval of speakers, this event may be recorded, and possibly published on the Chamber's website in audio and/or video formats without further notice.

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Dr Jing Liu

Chief Economist for Greater China, HSBC

Jing Liu joined HSBC in February 2021 and is Chief Economist for Greater China. Previously she worked as a senior economist at the Bank of International Settlements, where she focused on mainland China macro and financial system research. Prior to this, she worked as a senior manager in the financial stability surveillance division at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, mainly covering mainland China. Jing holds a PhD in economics from Cornell University, an MA in economics from the University of Kansas and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in management from Xi’an Jiaotong University.

Language English
Date and Time 2023/03/21 12:00 to 13:30
Venue In-person at Chamber Theatre (22/F United Centre) or Online via Zoom
Media Closed to media
Enquiries Irene Wu
Tel: 28231265
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