Chris Leung, Executive Director and Chief China Economist, DBS Bank, Hong Kong SAR
Venue : AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, Shaw Centre #23-03 S(228208) - Stamford American Auditorium
Date : September 21, 2018
Time : 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM
Price : $0.00
|2018-09-21 07:45:00 2018-09-21 09:00:00 Asia/Singapore Sino-US Trade War – A Global Power Struggle - AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, Shaw Centre #23-03 S(228208) - Stamford American Auditorium AmCham Singapore|
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Hosted by the Financial Services, Government & Regional Affairs, SME, and Supply Chain, Transportation, & Logistics Committees
How will the Sino-US trade war play out in the next few months? The implication to long term business planning, exchange rate and economic growth are immense. This presentation is designed to unveil the complexity of the upcoming conflicts dynamic to various potential scenarios. What are the best policy responses from China? What are the risks and opportunities?
About the Speaker
Executive Director and Chief China Economist
DBS Bank, Hong Kong SAR
Mr Chris Leung is DBS Bank’s Executive Director and Chief China Economist, who joined in January 2002. Mr Leung is responsible for monitoring the macroeconomic conditions of the Greater China region. He frequently conducts economic/investment seminars across Asia.
Prior to joining DBS Bank, Mr Leung was an economist at Citibank and Chase Bank. As an expert on the Chinese economy, he appears regularly on Bloomberg, Cable TV, ATV, TVB, CNBC, CNN and various print media, providing his professional views on financial and economic issues. His insights have been published in the Financial Times (Chinese version) and a book published by China Economic Publishing House. Mr Leung is frequently invited to attend various economic meetings convened by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Mr Leung graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Statistics from Columbia University, a Master’s Degree in Economics from New York University, and an Advanced Diploma in Managing Economic Crisis and Reform from the Harvard Institute for International Development.