The Covid-19 pandemic has led to Mainland China's first negative GDP growth since 1992. As the country has basically kept its rate of active Covid-19 cases under control, economic activities are slowly getting back on track.
Plans that businesses made before 2020 probably are not viable now, given the heightened geopolitical risk, a potential second wave of Covid-19 cases, and disruptions to the global supply chain. However, disasters often bring positive changes in their wake and crisis breeds opportunities, understanding the changes in China's economic development path will be essential for enterprises operating in the country.
To help members identify opportunities in China's recovery, the Chamber is delighted to have Banny Lam, Managing Director, Head of Research, China Everbright International Investment, to share with us his views on the general direction of China's post-pandemic development.
The Chamber plans to organize more seminars on the theme of "China After the Pandemic" to keep members up to date on the Mainland's development and opportunities in the post-pandemic era.
To minimize the risk of spreading the coronavirus, this informative session will be conducted in the format of a webinar. Upon successful registration, registrants will receive a confirmation email with a specific link to access the webinar on the event date.