SwissCham China, in collaboration with Sinolytics LLC and SCCC, is pleased to invite you to a webinar on April 12, 2021.
The "Two Sessions" have just debated and endorsed, as a quinquennial act, China's 14th Five-Year-Plan (2021-2025) including some longer-ranging goals spanning to 2035. FYPs have to be seen as important historic self-reflections that strategically re-prioritize ongoing policymakingfor alignment with Chinese leaders' fresh diagnosis of future success factors for China's development, informed by substantial technocratic input from research and the bureaucracy on all levels of China's political system. This Five-Year-Plan intends to put China on a resilient trajectory towards its 2nd centennial goal in 2049 amid global uncertainties. In response to these uncertainties, the Dual Circulation has been enshrined as the new top-level policy concept reflecting the leadership's new strategic appreciation of China's "super-sized" domestic market and the consumption potential of its middle class, while seeking to reduce its reliance on foreign technology and international markets.
We invite our guest speakers from Sinolytics LLC to explore the following topics on China's 14th Five-Year-Plan (FYP):
FYP's contextualization and tonality
Macro-shifts in China's political economy incl. Dual Circulation
Trade policy and BRI
Industrial and S&T policies with a focus on smart manufacturing and machinery
China standards 2035
Corporations' long-term thinking on market resilience in China's "socialist market economy"
Digital economy: e-commerce, use of data, cross-border data, market access/licenses
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