China’s recently approved Five-Year Plan charts the nation’s economic development for the next five years and beyond. It signals President Xi’s ambition for China to stand alongside the United States as a $30 trillion powerhouse economy by 2030.
Join our panel of China experts for a deep dive into the Five-Year Plan and what it means for Australia business. What sectors are poised for growth? What are the keys to business success? What is the business case for decoupling and market diversification? Are strains in the bilateral relationship changing consumer sentiment and buyer choice?
These questions and many more will be explored by our panellists from the US, Australia and China.
Jim McGregor is an American author, journalist and businessman who has lived in China for more than 25 years. He is one of the most recognised analysts and writers on business in China.
Liu Bing leads the Australian Trade and Investment Commission’s team in Shanghai. With previous appointments in Beijing and Guangzhou, Bing brings unique insight into Australia’s trade and investment relationship with China.
Professor James Laurenceson is Director of the Australia-China Relations Institute at UTS. He is a regular commentator on China’s economy and the Australia-China economic relationship. His opinion pieces have appeared in Australian Financial Review, The Australian, Sydney Morning Herald, South China Morning Post, amongst many others
Read ACBC’s Key Takeaways of the 14th Five Year Plan for Australian business here