China’s Slowdown: What consequences for developing countries?
Venue: Lecture Theatre, Blavatnik School of Government, 10 Merton Street
Speaker: David Lubin, Head of Emerging Markets Economics at Citigroup
Discussant: Ian Taylor, Professor in International Relations and African Politics, University of St. Andrews
Developing and emerging economies became increasingly ‘China-dependent’ over the last decade. In many countries, growth was fuelled by Chinese commodity demands and Asian regional integration. Now, China’s growth is slowing and the country seems to be rebalancing its domestic economy. What will this mean for developing countries and global markets? How will it affect China’s global economic position?