Griffith APEC Study Centre Panel Event: How Serious is China's Slowdown?: Implications for the Australian Economy

Griffith APEC Study Centre Panel Event: How Serious is China's Slowdown?: Implications for the Australian Economy
Griffith APEC Study Centre Panel Event: How Serious is China's Slowdown?: Implications for the Australian Economy

Principal speaker

Clinton Dines

Other speakers

• Michael Knox • James Laurenceson • Tony Makin, Director


PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS FULLY SUBSCRIBED.  IF YOU WISH TO JOIN THE WAIT LIST, PLEASE CONTACT NATASHA VARY AT EVENTS-GAI@GRIFFITH.EDU.AU.

China's economy, the world’s second largest, is now growing at its slowest rate in 25 years, well below the phenomenal rates experienced before the Global Financial Crisis. This has slowed global trade and caused a sharp fall in world commodity prices as China's economy re-structures from investment and exports to domestic consumption and services.

This symposium will explore the implications of this slowdown for the Australian economy given China is our largest trading partner.

Panelists
•    Clinton Dines, Moreton Bay Partners, and former BHP Billiton China President
•    Michael Knox, Chief Economist, Morgans
•    James Laurenceson, Deputy Director, Australia-China Relations Institute, University of Technology, Sydney
•    Tony Makin, Director, APEC Study Centre, Griffith Asia Institute

Date: 9 June 2016
Time: 12:00 – 2:00pm (a light lunch is provided)
Venue:  Morgans, Level 29 Riverside Centre, Eagle Street, Brisbane
RSVP: Reservations are essential and can be made via the panel event web page by Monday 6 June.

Places are limited for this free event, please book early to avoid disappointment.   For further information contact Natasha Vary at email: events-gai@griffith.edu.au  


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