China's Communist Party Aiming For Sustainable Growth

Gary Ng, Asia-Pacific Economist, Natixis
China's Communist Party Aiming For Sustainable Growth
   

30 October 2020

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Produced by: Sim Wie Boon
Presented by: Lyn Mak, Wong Shou Ning

For the next five years, it appears that China will be looking to emphasize quality growth over speed, in its quest to build itself into a self-reliant, technological powerhouse. Beijing's efforts are gaining urgency, particularly as the US has sought to curb its advancement, pressuring allies to shun equipment from Huawei and barring dozens of China's largest tech companies from buying American parts. For some insight, we reached out to Gary Ng, Asia-Pacific Economist at Natixis, for his take on the Five-Year Plan, and whether this will truly allow China to decouple from America.

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