China Executive Briefing | China’s Dual Circulation StrategyVIEW EVENT DETAILS
China's new economic policy and its impact on Australia and the World
In May this year China adopted its 14th Five-Year Plan (FYP) which set out targets to 2025 and 2035. A major policy initiative that underpins China’s future economic trajectory is ‘dual circulation’ that seeks to drive China’s economy internally while limiting economic dependence on the west internationally. More than mere economic tweaking, this strategy, if successful, will have profound implications for global economics and geopolitics.
While creating ballast for a more consumption driven economy, dual circulation seeks to double down on China’s long-standing technology ambition envisioned under the ‘Made in China 2025’ strategy. As China looks to assert greater dominance over critical technologies and industrial outputs across the value chain, US-China tech competition is expected to ramp up with fears of a decoupling of China from the global economy. Dual circulation may also impact Australia’s export sectors of iron ore and coal.
Join us for the third installment of Asia Society Australia’s China Executive Briefing series as we look into the drivers behind China’s economic pivot, and what the ramifications may be for Australian and international business. Asia Society Australia's scholar-in-residence Dr Bates Gill will be joined by Sara Hsu (Fudan University), Freda Zhang (APCO) and Adam Handley (Minter Ellison) to discuss the impacts of this potentially consequential shift in China’s economy.
Date: Tuesday 14 September 2021
Time: 10 - 11 a.m. AEST
Venue: Zoom Webinar
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