China’s new leadership rolls out new blueprint for future development

Business review of China’s 19th Party congress

The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) which just concluded in Beijing is a landmark event. It represents that the Party has fortified itself with a new theory - the “Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era" and will embark on a journey towards building China into a “great modern socialist country” by 2049. It also marks that the world’s second largest economy stands ready to play a bigger role in shaping the world’s future agenda and to share the “China Solution” with other countries. These developments will not only bring profound impacts on China’s economic and social development in the next 30 years, but also generate significant repercussions at a global scale, given the size of the Chinese economy and its rising influence in the world.

PwC has developed an in-depth review of the Party's policy roadmap and its impact on potential investors and corporations operating in China. It provides details on the following topics:

  • The economy
  • Financial risk and bad debt
  • RMB and monetary policy
  • SOE reform
  • Private entrepreneurship
  • Foreign investment in China and China’s outbound investment 

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Frank Lyn

China and Hong Kong Markets Leader, PwC China

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Thomas Leung

China & Hong Kong Deputy Markets Leader and China South Markets Leader, PwC China

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China Central Markets Leader and China and Hong Kong Entrepreneurial and Private Business Co-Leader, PwC China

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Xing Zhou

China North Markets Leader, Beijing Office Lead Partner, China & Hong Kong Territory Diversity Leader and China Insurance Leader, PwC China

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