China’s economic future is being influenced by nine economists, but what did they tell Xi Jinping this week?
- Chinese President Xi Jinping met with nine prominent economists this week to help with the development of the 14th five-year plan for 2021-25 which is due next year
- Each of the economists has advocated specific policies that could shed light on Beijing’s policy priorities in the years ahead
Corrected [1:15pm, 4 Sep, 2020]
- [1:15pm, 4 Sep, 2020]
In the 18th paragraph of this story, we incorrectly stated Zheng Yongnian attended the symposium under his new title as the head of global and contemporary China studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is employed by the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), a separately run institution.