Date and time: 16:00-17:30, Thursday September 22, 2022（GMT+8）
In 2022, the Russia-Ukraine conflict and its effects on supply chains, commodity markets, inflation, and financial systems have aggravated the slowdown in global growth. One main risk is the possibility of high global inflation accompanied by slow economic growth which could eventually result in a sharp tightening of monetary policy in advanced economies and the increasing financial stress in emerging markets and developing nations. An effective and wide-ranging policy response is required to boost growth, bolster macroeconomic frameworks, reduce financial vulnerabilities, and support vulnerable economies.
This webinar will give an overview of the uncertainties that the global economy and finance are facing and how we need to response to their impacts.
Focus for Debate:
- What are the new changes and challenges in the global finance in 2022?
- What is the solution to strengthen global cooperation in pandemic responses as well as trade and investment?
- What is future of cooperation in financial markets between China and Europe?
- How to refrain from geopolitical conflicts and frequent policy changes that disrupt GVCs, supply chains and the international order?
- How should countries adopt energy supply policies and central bank implement business investment policies to curb high inflation and low economic growth?
English/Chinese simultaneous interpretation available.
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