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China’s Economy in 2014

Taiyan Huang, President at Liaoning University

RSVP Required by 5PM January 20

After more than 30 years of rapid economic growth, China is becoming the second largest economy in the world. However, China’s economy has encountered many difficulties, which has urged China to transform the development pattern in recent years. Could China’s economy be sustainable? Could it also continue to grow at its current speed? What does China’s economy look like in 2014? The environment of China’s economy is very complicated. Factors such as China’s economic reform cycle, industrialization and urbanization will influence direction and tendency of China’s economy. It will be easier to know where China’s economy is going by looking back at the path of other countries’ economic growth, especially countries like Japan and Korea.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014 | 4:30 pm — 6:00 pm
Encina Hall, 3rd Floor

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