China Faces Policy Dilemma if August Data as Bad as Expected

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     China Faces Policy Dilemma if August Data Bad at
      Golden Networking's China Leaders Forum 2012
   Building off of the momentum of past conferences, Golden Networking brings back China Leaders
  Forum 2012, "Will the Chinese Tiger Come Roaring Back After the Crisis?", New York, October 2nd
                                      (http://www.ChinaLeadersForum.com)

(September 8, 2012, New York) A deluge of data out of China on Sunday could confirm investors’ worst fears
that a downswing in the world’s second-biggest economy has stretched into a seventh straight quarter, leaving
global markets with no respite from the gloom. This issue will be discussed at China Leaders Forum 2012, "Will
the Chinese Tiger Come Roaring Back After the Crisis?", October 2nd, New York City.


But any hope that the data, covering August, will spur Beijing to shore up the economy by cutting interest rates
may be misplaced, as inflation is expected to accelerate, albeit from low levels.


The awkward combination of rising prices while growth in exports and factory output wilts puts Beijing in a
policy dilemma: relax policy and risk an inflation spike, or stand still and risk a sharper cooldown in activity.
With the Communist Party’s once-a-decade leadership change looming, it could happen as early as next month,
analysts fear China could fall prey to “policy paralysis”.


As it will be discussed at China Leaders Forum 2012, "Will the Chinese Tiger Come Roaring Back After the
Crisis?”, New York, October 2nd (http://www.ChinaLeadersForum.com), despite growing evidence that the
economy needs new stimulus measures to regather momentum, policymakers could opt to hold fire out of fear
that a surge in prices could stoke social unrest at a politically sensitive time.
China Leaders Forum 2012, "Will the Chinese Tiger Come Roaring Back After the Crisis?", October 2nd, New
York City, will provide attendees with the responses to the above-mentioned questions and the most up-to-date
review of where the Asian giant stands and the challenges and opportunities for businessmen looking to expand
their business with China when others only see growth contraction. Topics that China Leaders Forum 2012 will
discuss include:
       Internationalization of the Renminbi
       Post- crisis relationship between US and China
       The Euro Debt Crisis and How it will Affect the Chinese Economy
       China’s Investments in Europe: To Save or Not to Save the Euro?
       What steps China will need to perform in order to maintain its growth and success?


Recognized experts, regulators, and strategists, will return to China Leaders Forum 2012 in its fourth edition to
provide the information practitioners are looking for in an open and unbiased environment, highly conducive to
the most efficient and effective networking.


China Leaders Forum 2012 is produced by Golden Networking (http://www.goldennetworking.net), the premier
networking community for business executives, entrepreneurs and investors. Panelists, speakers and sponsors are
invited to contact Golden Networking by sending an email to info@goldennetworking.net.
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