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China's Economy: Opportunity or Threat?

  • Mar 10, 2013 · 4:00 PM
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I recently attended a couple lectures about China's growing economy.  Join me as I share what I learned about the threats and opportunities related to doing business in China.  This will not a monologue or lecture.  Hopefully we will all learn from each other.  There are resources below so you can become more familiar with China's growing economy.

We’ll discuss:

-Has China’s economy peaked?  Is China’s economic growth sustainable?

-How will China’s wealth inequality, aging population, and its one child policy affect its economy?

-Is China’s economic growth a threat or an opportunity for the U.S.?  With over a billion people, China is a large market for U.S. companies to sell to.  However, China’s market is highly competitive (e.g. there are over 100 auto companies in China).  Also, with China’s lax enforcement of intellectual property rights, can American companies compete, not only with private Chinese companies, but also with China’s state owned enterprises (SOEs)?

Resources are below.

As always...

All views and political orientations are welcome.

We welcome beginners and policy wonks alike. Feel free to join the discussion or just to listen and learn.

If you sign up and change your mind, please change your reply so that someone else may attend.

Meetup to last 1.5 hours (until 5:30 PM) although, of course, people are welcome to continue beyond that point.



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