Where Am I?
Tag Cloud

The Economist China Summit

BritCham / CBBC
Event type External event
Date Thursday, January 17th, 2013
Time 08:45 - 19:00
Open for All welcome
Cost Members 1440 USD Non-Members 1800 USD
Contacts Sally Au, tel: 40 0818 6339 (toll-free within China)/ (852) 2585 3312 (outside China)
Venue Sheraton Beijing DongCheng Hotel
Organiser External
Address Sheraton Beijing DongCheng Hotel
Do you like this article? Share it with your friends!  
Like! Tweet! Weibo Share on LinkedIn

BritCham & CBBC are pleased to be the supporting partner for The Economist’s annual China Summit, taking place at the Sheraton Beijing Dongcheng Hotel on January 17th 2013.

Members can receive 20% discount on the standard ticket rate when registering to attend. Please complete the attached registration form below.

The Economist China Summit

China's leadership transition in the autumn may go smoothly. China's economy might manage a soft landing. The government can probably contain social tensions for now. But what other short- term changes are in store for China and how will these affect its development and that of the rest of the world? Find out at the Economist’s China Summit, where a number of experts explore the critical issues facing china and examine how businesses need to adapt in order to thrive.

The full-day programme will include a key note speech to be delivered by Fu Ying, Vice-minister of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The People's Republic of China and will be chaired by China Editor, Rob Gifford as well as the editorial team from The Economist. The Summit will tackle critical issues facing China in the magazine’s typical forward- looking perspective.

Moderators include:

  • Simon Cox, Asia Economics Editor, The Economist
  • Gady Epstein, China Correspondent, The Economist
  • James Miles, Beijing Bureau Chief, The Economist
  • Xu Sitao, Director, Global Forecasting, China, Economist Intelligence Unit
  • Vijay Vaitheeswaran, China Business and Finance Editor, Shanghai Bureau Chief, The Economist

For more information visit the Economist website

Alternatively, please contact Sally Au, by telephone at 40 0818 6339 (toll-free within China)/ (852) 2585 3312 (outside China) for further information about the summit.


please login first to get access to events registration!
Follow us