Patrick Zweifel

Patrick Zweifel is chief economist at Pictet Asset Management. He has a PhD in econometrics from the University of Lausanne, and previously worked at the World Bank and the European Commission. Having joined Pictet in 1997, he has been crucial in building the firm’s macroeconomic research.
Patrick Zweifel
Patrick Zweifel is chief economist at Pictet Asset Management. He has a PhD in econometrics from the University of Lausanne, and previously worked at the World Bank and the European Commission. Having joined Pictet in 1997, he has been crucial in building the firm’s macroeconomic research.

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Macroscope | Trade war is pushing China to make the market reforms it needs to cope with its ageing population

With the US withdrawing from its role as global financial leader and the renminbi gaining traction, China should cement its position with deep reforms so it can attract the capital it will need to deal with a current account deficit caused by demographic factors.

26 Jul 2019 - 10:32PM

With the US withdrawing from its role as global financial leader and the renminbi gaining traction, China should cement its position with deep reforms so it can attract the capital it will need to deal with a current account deficit caused by demographic factors.

Trade war is pushing China to make the market reforms it needs to cope with its ageing population