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Dual Circulation: China’s New Economic Policy Framework Amidst U.S.—China Tensions

November 17, 2020

Annual International Conference (Online)

The Chinese Economy:
New Policies, Challenges and Directions

Conference Description
2020 has been a challenging year for economic policymakers all over the world. China is faced with managing the ongoing structural transformation of the economy, the fallout from the US-China Trade War and the global economic slowdown brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The NZCCRC is delighted to invite you to join us for three short talks on how Chinese planners are responding to these challenges through new policies, priorities and economic directions.

All three hour-long webinars are free to attend but registration is essential. Please click each registration link for the talks you wish to attend


Abstracts

Dual Circulation: China’s New Economic Policy Framework Amidst U.S.—China Tensions

In May, China’s central leadership proclaimed the goal “To establish a new development pattern featuring domestic and international dual circulations that complement each other.” “Dual circulation” has been the subject of intense discussion in China ever since. Does the announcement signal a fundamental shift in China’s development strategy? Why was this new concept introduced, and what policy changes will it entail? What is China’s new role in the globalization of the future?

Xu Qiyuan, Senior Fellow, Head of Economic Development Department, Deputy Director of the Research Centre of International Finance, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Time: 4.00-5.00pm, Tuesday 17 November

Register: https://vuw.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_aokExrejQZ2dSgsk0ZXg2Q

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