The trade tensions and coronavirus shocks have aggravated China’s weak growth momentum, which is a result of Beijing’s deleveraging policy in 2017-18. The phase-one deal signed in January this year between the US and China has not helped resolve policy confusion, nor has it given China any greater clarity on what the US wants.
Australia continues its own trade war with China with recent reports suggesting China is considering escalating its trade war by targeting more Australian exports. And while Australia may have received global support for an independent coronavirus investigation, what will be the backlash from Beijing?
During this webinar, Chi Lo, Greater China Senior Economist for BNP Paribas Asset Management will present:
• The impact of COVID-19 on China’s economy and outlook
• New policy messages from the National People’s Congress
• Escalation of US-China trade/tech war
• Initial thoughts about China’s trade wars with Australia
RecordedJun 18 202047 mins
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The meaning of New Normal for Indonesia’s economy and capital market.
The Indonesian Government at end of May announced that a “new normal” is critical to keep the economy running while respecting certain restrictions to continue containing the spread of COVID-19.
As each country has their own challenges to maintain the balance between imposing restrictions and keeping the wheels of the economy turning, we would like to take you on a journey to understand how Indonesia is coping with the condition.
Join us for a live webcast in discovering the meaning of New Normal for Indonesia’s economy and capital market with our Economic Advisor, Raden Pardede; our Head of Equity, Aliyahdin Saugi CFA; and our Senior Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, Djumala Sutedja.