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Tuesday, July 7, 2020 (4 PM - 5 PM)

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China's response to the Covid-19 economic downturn to date has been relatively modest, especially compared with the massive stimulus the country launched in 2008. This time around, investment in connectivity infrastructure (5G and electric charging stations, more rail and road construction) will be boosted, as well as infrastructure spending at the local government level and in key urban clusters, such as the Greater Bay Area. Will this be sufficient to support growth?


Join us for an in-depth look at China's infrastructure spending plans with Dr. Yue Su, China economist, Economist Intelligence Unit.

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  • Dr. Yue Su (China economist, Economist Intelligence Unit)

    Dr. Yue Su

    China economist, Economist Intelligence Unit

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