Online Event: Doubling Down on China, Inc.: An Initial Analysis of China’s 14th Five-Year Plan
China will issue the Proposal for its 14th Five-Year Plan following the conclusion of the Communist Party’s 5th Plenum, which was held in late October. As is customary, the full plan will not be published until next March at the National People’s Congress’s annual legislative session; however, the Proposal and other documents provide us some big clues into China’s strategy to become an economic powerhouse. The plan is being developed at a critical time in China, as the country recovers from the pandemic, as tensions growth with the United States and others, and as the Communist Party approaches its 100th anniversary.
Please join us for a 90-minute, two-part discussion of the plan and its implications for China and the rest of the world. Senior Adviser and Trustee Chair Scott Kennedy will moderate the panels and Q&A with the audience.
Panel 1: The Plan ItselfPanelists:
Bert Hofman, Director, East Asian Institute & Professor in Practice, Lee Kuan Yew School, National University of Singapore
Lingling Wei, Senior China Correspondent, Wall Street Journal
Jude Blanchette, Freeman Chair in China Studies, CSIS
Yu Zhou, Professor of Geography, Vassar College
Panel 2: Implications for China and the WorldPanelists:
Leland Miller, Chief Executive Officer, China Beige Book
Leta Hong Fincher, Seminar Associate, Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University
Deborah Seligsohn, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Villanova University
Craig Allen, President, US-China Business Council
This event is made possible through general support to CSIS.