Pedestrians walk past Huawei and Apple stores at night in Wuhan, Hubei province. In 2020, China’s real GDP growth is likely to dip below 6 per cent per year. Photo: Bloomberg Pedestrians walk past Huawei and Apple stores at night in Wuhan, Hubei province. In 2020, China’s real GDP growth is likely to dip below 6 per cent per year. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians walk past Huawei and Apple stores at night in Wuhan, Hubei province. In 2020, China’s real GDP growth is likely to dip below 6 per cent per year. Photo: Bloomberg
Jim O’Neill
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by Jim O’Neill

Trump, the Fed, China: three things that could complicate the outlook for emerging markets in 2020

  • The upcoming US presidential election, US monetary policy and the Chinese economy are likely to affect emerging economies next year. In an ageing China, 2020 might be the start of a decade of lower growth

Pedestrians walk past Huawei and Apple stores at night in Wuhan, Hubei province. In 2020, China’s real GDP growth is likely to dip below 6 per cent per year. Photo: Bloomberg Pedestrians walk past Huawei and Apple stores at night in Wuhan, Hubei province. In 2020, China’s real GDP growth is likely to dip below 6 per cent per year. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians walk past Huawei and Apple stores at night in Wuhan, Hubei province. In 2020, China’s real GDP growth is likely to dip below 6 per cent per year. Photo: Bloomberg
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Jim O’Neill

Jim O’Neill

Jim O’Neill, a former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management and a former British Treasury Minister, is chair of Chatham House.