As China held firm to its zero-Covid strategy in 2022, thenation posted its weakest growth in recent memory. The effects were felt wellbeyond its borders, impacting everything from global supply chains to trade andtravel.
But China is reopening, and the IMF has already raisedglobal growth forecasts in response.
Are we on the cusp of a boom in global tourism and trade aspent-up Chinese demand is unleashed? What is the outlook for nations whoseeconomies are most intertwined with China, from Australia to Germany?
Hear from Macrobond's expert clients as they examinewhether Asia's biggest economy is likely to resume its role as the globalgrowth engine again – or whether headwinds like a deflating property bubblewill weigh heavily on China and its trading partners.