Greater China: Exploring the plausible ‘What Ifs’ to our 2023 outlook
Market forecasts around China’s growth this year vary considerably, reflecting differences in assumptions around policy risk, the outlook for the property sector, and the size and longevity of the reopening consumption boost. We provide our own take on China’s growth, inflation, and currency in 2023, discuss and size various risks to our own forecasts. We will also be presenting our outlook on Hong Kong, following the Q1 GDP data.
Note: Please note that we will be holding one webinar each for APAC, EMEA, and Americas friendly time zones. Can’t make it to any of the sessions? Feel free to register for any session and we will automatically share the recording with you 3 hours after the webinar has finished.
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Louise Loo joined Oxford Economics in 2022, with a focus on Greater China. Prior to OE, she was a senior economist at Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs. At Goldman Sachs, she was also an advisor to China MoF with regards to its sovereign credit rating. Louise is originally from Malaysia and has earned Economics and public policy degrees with Sheffield University and Columbia University.
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Lloyd Chan is a Senior Economist of Oxford Economics’ Asia-Pacific Global Macro Services team. He is responsible for conducting macroeconomic research and forecasting with a focus on Northeast Asia, including South Korea, mainland China and Hong Kong.
Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 2019, Lloyd spent three years at United Overseas Bank (UOB) in Singapore, conducting industry research for senior management and working on Environmental and Social Governance in the Group Risk Management division. Before joining UOB, he worked as an economist at BMI Research, also in Singapore, conducting macroeconomic research on Southeast Asian economies. Lloyd holds a double bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business Management from the Singapore Management University, where he graduated with a Summa Cum Laude.
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