‘Stumbling Giant: the Threats to China’s Future’ a talk and book launch with Timothy Beardson, Honorary Fellow of Sarum College.
Thursday 5 September at 5.30pm
Timothy Beardson is a financier living principally in Hong Kong. He speaks frequently to governments, universities, boards and central banks on economic and strategic issues and is well-qualified to give an informative talk on this fascinating country.
His new book, Stumbling Giant: The Threats to China’s Future, brings to light the daunting array of challenges that confront China today.
Free entry, all welcome, refreshments provided
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Timothy Beardson is a brilliant entrepreneur and investment strategist and his observations about China are sobering – and a must-read for the well-informed.
Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, Forbes Media
Using his intimate knowledge and experience of China, Timothy Beardson details the multiple challenges and structural vulnerabilities facing the country as its leaders seek to entrench the remarkable economic gains of the past thirty years. Stumbling Giant is a provocative and thoughtful book, which puts forward a number of valuable suggestions to manage China’s transition to the rank of the world’s largest middle-income country.
Dr Robin Niblett, Director of Chatham House (The Royal Institute of International Affairs)