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Sign up to attend China’s Economy forum at New York Stock Exchange

I look forward to seeing old and new friends at the New York Stock Exchange on 10 January! Here is the invitation I was allowed to pass along to Berkshire Publishing’s network:

I’m happy to pass on an invitation to an event on 10 January that is a particularly welcome chance for those of us who are not economists to hear directly from Chinese experts. The second annual “China’s Economy: Forecast and Analysis” forum will be held at at the New York Stock Exchange from 8.30am-12.15pm on Monday 10 January. Jointly organized by the China Center for Economic Research and the National Committee on US-China Relations, the program features prominent Chinese economists, who will share their latest research, insights, and forecasts for 2011.

Here’s more information: http://www.ncuscr.org/programs/chinas-economy-2011

Here’s the direct link to register: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ereg/index.php?eventid=17694&

Media registration by email to jweed@ncuscr.org

Economic literacy as well as China knowledge are becoming essential, and this is a unique opportunity for US-based scholars, educators, and business leaders. I hope to meet some of Berkshire Publishing’s friends there – please let me know if you plan to attend. In the meantime, best wishes for a refreshing holiday season!

Karen CHRISTENSEN, CEO
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