(September 14, 2012, New York) With more than 100 tall cranes on the skyline, this metropolis in western China looks vibrant at first glance despite the country's sharp economic slowdown. 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 only a few cranes - those building national government projects like a high-speed rail line - are floodlit and busy far into the night. The more numerous cranes looming above the skeletons of future high-rises move much less often, even by day, and are dark and deserted by night.
The pattern among Chengdu's construction cranes is evident across the country. As summer fades into autumn, Beijing is stepping up investment in a bid to rescue the economy, but consumers, businesses and debt-burdened local governments in China are showing little interest in spending money again.
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), economic data released on Sunday by the National Bureau of Statistics showed the extent of the problems. Investment in new buildings and other fixed assets is in the doldrums. Manufacturers are retreating from ambitious production goals as they struggle with bloated inventories of unsold goods. Even the service sector, still underdeveloped and widely seen by economists as full of potential, is showing signs of distress.
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.
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