Time: 2:00-4:30pm (GMT+8), March 27th (Sat.)
Topic: Based on the rising vaccination rate of the COVID-19 vaccine in the United States, the regular epidemic prevention and control, and a series of fiscal-stimulus policies introduced by President Biden, it is generally expected that the U.S. economy will recover and achieve a high inflation rate in the future. This expectation has been reflected in the US bond market, and the market is constantly paying attention to whether the government can maintain quantitative easing. What is the trend of US fiscal and monetary policy? Will it have an impact on China's current fiscal and monetary policies? In the current economic environment, where is China's fiscal and monetary policies headed?
XIA Le, Chief Economist at BBVA ASIA; Senior Research Fellow of International Monetary Institute (IMI), Renmin University of China.
CHEN Weidong, Director of Research Institute of Bank of China.
GUAN Tao, Global Chief Economist at BOCI Securities.
MA Yong, Professor of Renmin University of China.
WANG Fang, Associate Dean of SFRUC.
WANG Yongli, Academic Committee Member of International Monetary Institute, Renmin University of China.
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