AmCham Shanghai's member-only Monthly Member Briefing is an exclusive opportunity to hear from top government officials and experts on political and economic trends impacting businesses in China. This month’s Monthly Member Briefing will feature a talk on the year ahead for the Chinese economy by CEIBS Lujiazui Institue of International Finance Founder Gary Liu, on Tuesday, March 7 from 17:30 to 19:30 at the Four Seasons Hotel.
Dr. Liu is one of China’s premier economists, a well-known commentator on the Chinese economy, and an advisor to the Chinese government. He will provide an overview of the current state of the Chinese economy, predictions on where China’s macro-economic policy will be going and surprises he anticipates will be seen in the near future.
17:30 Check-In & Networking
19:00 Cocktail Reception
19:30 Event Ends
Admission to this event is complimentary. All members are required to wear a current Membership Card during the event for identification purposes. We are unable to accommodate non-member guests at this briefing.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Liu Shengjun is a leading economist in China known for his focus on China’s economic reform. In 2014, he was invited to a policy-consultation meeting chaired by the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. He is one of the founders of CEIBS Lujiazui Institute of International Finance (CLIIF) and served as Executive Deputy Director (assisting Director Wu Xiaoling), and also one of the founders of the Lujiazui Forum. He has published numerous articles and books on the Chinese economy including the book The Next Decade of China in 2013. He is a member of the Global Agenda Council of World Economic Forum (2012-2014), a columnist for FTChinese.com cn,WSJ.com, and Caixin.com. He was elected the Person of the Year 2012 by Bloomberg BusinessWeek China, 2013 Chinese Young Economist by the Beijing News, and Person of the Year 2016 of New Finance by Hurun Report. Dr. Liu’s microblog has 1.15 million+ followers. He is now also the Executive Director of Shanghai Institute of Digitalization and Internet Finance, and Board Director of Shanghai Financial Consumption Dispute Resolution Center.