The growth in the Mainland's economy has declined notably from its peak during the last decade, and is speculated to continue decelerating over the next few years. At the same time, with Donald Trump having taken office in the U.S., his administration's new trade policy stances, to a certain extent, are causing a lot of uncertainty and clouding the outlook for the Chinese economy, as the former trade rules are forced to be reconsidered. How does it affect trades between the Mainland and the U.S.? Meanwhile, as the political reshuffle in the Mainland continues, what does it mean for the global economy? What should business operators in the world's second largest economy do to deal with the changing political and economic environment?
The Chamber has invited Albert Louie, Founder and CEO of A. Louie Associates Limited, a risk management and crisis solutions consultancy, and China business strategy firm, to share his insights on risk and crisis management with members.
Louie is the founder of A. Louie Associates Limited in Hong Kong and Chief Representative of Intelligent Management Solutions in Beijing. Louie's background includes a stint at Kroll Associates, a leading global risk management and consultancy corporation, where he was the Senior Director and Founding Chief Representative. He is also a Special Advisor (Greater China) of the Rutgers Foundation.