SHANGHAI, Feb. 14 (SMM) – During the China Copper & Aluminum Summit to be held in Shanghai during March 21-23, Ba Shusong, Deputy Director of Financial Research Institute, Development Research Centre of the State Council, will present exclusive speeches on election of delegates to the 18th National Congress of the CPC, monetary policy trends, as well as the need of real economy on monetary policy.
In Ba’s viewpoint, periodically falling economic growth, the start of economic transition, and change of political leaders pile up, which is the key characteristic of China’s macro economy in 2012 and has led to many new structural changes. Economic transition itself means economic slowdown since the economy can only gather that momentum gradually on a falling track. The change of political leaders indicates the US and European countries pay more attention to stability in the economy. Markets expect the drop in China’s economic growth will not be significant.
Mr Ba will bring more penetrating ideas during the oncoming Summit, and help participants learn clearly China’s economic development trends in 2011 and better understand the macro environment for base metals industry.
Ba Shusong, mainly involved in research of finance, securities, and investments, is invited as a special guest of this Summit. Ba has published a number of books including Study of the New Basel Capital Accord, Path of China's Financial Market Development, A Monetary History of the United States, etc.Contact:
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