December 12, 2005
China World Hotel, Beijing
The Caijing Magazine Annual Conference is famed as the most authoritative and forward-looking economic forum in China where ideas exchange truly takes place.
Since its inaugural forum in 2004, Caijing Magazine Annual Conference has attracted active participation from leaders in government, international organizations, business and academics. Each year, the agenda focuses on the utmost pressing issues of the year, analyzes the rationale of China’s reform policy, and foresees prospective industry trends globally. The views coming out of the in-depth and sometimes heated debate at the forum create far-fetching influence in the economic and financial world in China and abroad. The signature Caijing style focusing on originality, exclusivity and independence is best exemplified through the live event.
The year of 2005 is an extremely eventful year in China’s economy. From the macro-adjustment program, banking share structure reform, exchange rate reform, real estate market’s new deal, international trade disputes, oversea expansion and strategic investment of Chinese companies, to continued stagnant stock market, problematic brokerage firms and production safety issue, these issues will continuously influence the pace and directions of China’s economic development and future reform.
As a Chinese saying goes, “inherit the past and usher in the future”, we hope the Caijing Magazine Annual Conference – “2006: Forecasts and Strategies” will provide an excellent venue for our readers and conference participants to gain valuable insights and contemplate together where China’s economy will be leading us in 2006.
The topics of Caijing Magazine Annual Conference – “2006: Forecasts and Strategies” include:
Global economic outlook
The trends and prospects of transitional economies
Global investment strategies
International trade issues
State-owned enterprise reform and restructuring
Financial reforms: banking, insurance and capital markets
Foreign investment in China
Poverty and agricultural sector reform
Real estate and capital markets
Invited Speaker List