China Update: China’s Masterplan - The 14th Five-Year Plan & Vision 2035
24. March 2021, Webinar
The 14th Five-Year Plan was adopted by China’s National People’s Congress on March 12th. The plan will have a significant impact on the country's political and economic future as well as its global trade relations – well beyond the next five years. By incorporating a “Vision 2035” the plan sets out an ambitious strategy to achieve the long-term goal of becoming an economic and technological superpower by 2049 – one hundred years after the founding of the People's Republic.
We would like to cordially invite you to our China Update: China’s Masterplan - The 14th Five-Year Plan & Vision 2035 on March 24, 2021 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. In the webinar we will discuss the macroeconomic development goals of the plan as well as the specific implications of the plan and its implementation regulations for individual sectors of the German and European economies.
We are very pleased to welcome Prof. Barry J. Naughton, Chair of Chinese International Affairs at the Graduate School of International Relations at the University of San Diego and a recognized expert in the field of Chinese economic policy, to join the webinar. Prof. Naughton will give an overview of the macroeconomic and strategic goals of the new Five-Year Plan.
Dr. Jost Wübbeke, Director of the research-based consultancy Sinolytics and expert on China's industrial policy, will elaborate on the specific implications of the plan for foreign industries. After the presentations, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss with the speakers.
The webinar will be held in English.
Participation is free of charge for OAV members but requires registration. Please register here. You will receive a confirmation of registration a few days before the event. We look forward to your active participation in an open discussion.
Please feel free to send us questions you would like to ask the speakers for a preselection.