From Regional Economist:
JULY 2018 VIETNAM CE SEMINAR
23 July 2018, Wednesday (11:45 a.m.- 1:15 p.m.)
Liberty Central Saigon Riverside Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City
After months of skirmishes, the threat of trade war between the world’s two largest economies moves closer to reality. The impacts of a full-blown trade war’s eruption on this scale are bound to be felt across the globe at the best of times. With high levels of integration in supply chains, there are few players in Asia, including Vietnam, that would remain unaffected.
To answer the pressing concerns regarding the current trade tensions, we have invited Mr. Xu Sitao from Deloitte China to share his opinion on:
- A rapid escalation of U.S. China Trade War and Global repercussions (with a focus on Vietnam)
- China One Belt One Road initiative
- What Vietnam can learn from China’s economic development and trajectory
Join us on Monday, 23rd July to listen to our expert, share your view and network with fellow CFA charter holders and like-minded professionals.
*Please note that the views expressed in this event are those of our guest speaker and do not necessarily reflect the views of CFA Community Vietnam.
Mr. Xu Sitao – Chief Economist and Partner of Deloitte China
Xu Sitao is spearheading the economic and industry research at Deloitte. He possesses a strong track record as an economist and advisor for notable organizations across Asia including the Economist Group, ICBC, Societe Generale, Standard Chartered Bank and Standard and Poor’s Group. He is also a well-known writer, guest speaker and guest professor of economic topic in China.
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Attire: Business Formal
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