China had a truly awful first quarter in 2020, and despite its recent return to near-normality, is forecast to grow by a paltry 1% this year. What challenges will this very poor outlook present for China's leadership? Apart from more infrastructure spending, what programs and stimulus policies will Beijing put in place to alleviate hardship, provide jobs and sustain livelihoods? Will China provide a safe harbour for recovering markets, or must businesses navigate further turbulence ahead?
Join us for an onstage discussion of China's post-Covid economy with Simon Rabinovitch, Asia Economics Editor, The Economist.
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