China – Where to from here?

Date: Tuesday, 28 May 2019
Venue: Deloitte, Level 9, 225 George St, Sydney
Time: 12:15pm for 12:30pm start till 1:45pm
Cost: $15 members and $30 guests

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An unstable US-China bilateral relationship is roiling markets and taking headlines, and the outcome will do much to shape global economic and trade prospects for the foreseeable future. At the same time however, the pressures on China’s domestic economy have not relented, creating a two-speed economy and a more difficult environment for policy measures.

How is China managing through these internal and external pressures?  What are the possible outcomes of the US-China trade dispute and how would these affect the region’s economy and global ties?

Join Xu Sitao as he shares his views on these key issues affecting China, Australia and the world.

CFA Society Sydney has determined that this presentation qualifies for 1 CE credit hour under the guidelines of the CFA Institute Continuing Education Program. If you are a CFA Institute member, use the member app to record your CE credit for your participation in this presentation. This is not done automatically for you.

Xu Sitao

Xu Sitao is Chief Economist and Partner of Deloitte China, spearheading Deloitte’s economic and industry research. Prior to Deloitte, he was Chief Representative of China and EIU forecasting director at the Economist Group from 2004 to 2014.
Sitao worked for MMS International of Standard and Poor’s Group in Singapore as the Economist for Indonesia, Korea and Thailand in 1995. He joined Standard Chartered Bank as Regional Treasury Economist in 1996. From 2000 to 2002, he was Societe Generale’s Chief Economist for Asia. In 2003, he became the Head of Economics of ICBC (Asia).
Sitao has written for YaleGlobal Online, the Asian Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Caijing, Caixin and 21st Century Business Herald. He appears regularly on CNBC, Bloomberg, CCTV, and other TV shows as a commentator on China. He is on the Speaker Retainer Program for the Virginia-based CFA Institute, and is often invited by leading MNCs to their board rooms, to present key issues on China.
Sitao holds a B.A. in Economics from Peking University, a M.A. in Economics from the University of Connecticut, and a M.S. in Finance from Boston College. He was a visiting scholar at Hoover Institution at Stanford University in 2012. He is also a guest professor at the School of Economics and Management of Tsinghua University.