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The Economist China Summit 2013

BritCham / CBBC
Event type Conference
Date Thursday, December 5th, 2013
Time 08:45-18:00 (networking cocktail reception starts 18:00)
Open for All welcome
Contacts conferencesasia@economist.com
Venue Sofitel Wanda Beijing
Organiser External
Address Tower C, Wanda Plaza, 93 Jianguo Road, Chaoyang District
朝阳区建国路93号万达广场C座北京万达索菲特大饭店
 
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The Economist is convening the award-winning China Summit for the fourth year in Beijing on 5 December 2013. John Micklethwait, editor-in-chief of The Economist, will chair this year's event.
 
Member discount
China-Britain Business Council is delighted to be the supporting organisation for this conference, which will be held at the Sofitel Wanda hotel.
 
Members of BritCham and CBBC are invited to take advantage of the special discount of 20% on the standard ticket rate.
 
The Chinese Dream: red capitalism, green cities, blue skies?
The multi-coloured Chinese renaissance continues, but problems within the system are building. After an unnerving 2012, Xi Jinping has consolidated his power quickly and unveiled his vision of the Chinese Dream. But what exactly is it? How much will it be about realising the dreams of individuals and how much about a revitalised state?
 
China Summit 2013 will bring together business leaders, policymakers, academics and observers who wish to discuss, debate and learn.
 
Topics
Critical issues to be examined include:
  • China's economic reforms: The important, the urgent and the likely
  • Blue skies over Beijing?
  • The developing world: What does China want?
  • Corporate China: Reducing the red tape
  • China's disruptive Internet: Opportunities and obstacles

Full draft programme attached below.

Registration
This event is expected to sell out. Reserve your seat today by registering onlineSelect "Standard rate" and click "Next", then enter discount code BRITCHAM to get the discount.

 

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