The global economic growth in 2022 is slowing as a result of the combination of different contributing factors, such as the ongoing pandemic, Russia-Ukraine conflict, as well as the rising inflation. In terms of China, after registering a better-than-expected GDP growth of 4.8 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2022, China's economy is now facing more headwinds as resurgences of more contagious variants of COVID-19 has hurt domestic demand, supply chain resilience, and consumer confidence.
In the collaborative effort made by The European House – Ambrosetti and China Development Institute, scholars and entrepreneurs from Europe and China are brought together to provide insights on status and outlook of China’s economy and the prospect for international enterprises operating in China.
Date: September 2, 2022
Host: The European House – Ambrosetti and China Development Institute