China's recent focus on a "dual circulation" economy marks a new emphasis on domestic production and consumption – and now this introspective trend is spreading throughout the Asia Pacific neighbourhood. Is this emphasis on self-sufficiency sustainable and will it have a chilling impact on global supply chains? What is the outlook for China's post-Covid economic development and how will this affect the Asia Pacific region?
Join us for a discussion of "Asia's inward turn: what the drive for self-sufficiency means for business" with Tom Rafferty, Regional Director, Asia for The Economist Intelligence Unit.
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