Dr. Fan Gang: The Future of China’s Economic Development

September 30, 2008

Dr. Fan Gang, Director of the National Economic Research Institute (NERI) and Chairman of the China Reform Foundation, China’s first economic think-tank and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the People’s Bank of China spoke at a lively Canada 2020 Speakers Series event. Dr. Fan spoke about the future of China’s economic development, a topic which he discussed with Business Week.

Media and members of the public participated in this event, made “free of charge” thanks to the kind support of Scotiabank, TELUS, CIBC, Power Corporation of Canada, HP Canada, Astra Zeneca, Nexen, Pickworth Investments LP, and individual members of the Canada 2020 Founders’ Circle.

Read Dr. Fan Gan Biography

When: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 from 05:15 PM – 06:45 PM (ET)

Where: Lord Elgin Hotel, 100 Elgin Street, Ottawa, ON

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Dr. Fan Gang

Director of the National Economic Research Institute (NERI) and Chairman of the China Reform Foundation

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