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  • Events | 28 October, 2010 (11:23)

    G20 Preview: Currency War on the Horizon?

    Don Brean, an economist at University of Toronto, will discuss global concerns that are expected to take center stage at the G20 summit next month in Seoul: the RMB-$ exchange rate, the prospect of a “currency war,” and the implications of China’s inevitably deeper financial integration with the world.

    DATE: Wednesday, November 3
    TIME: 3:30-5:00pm


    Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business 长江商学院
    Oriental Plaza, 20th floor, Tower E2, room 7
    1 East Chang An Avenue, Beijing 100738, China
    Tel: 010-85188552 (website)
    中国北京市东长安街 1 号东方广场东 2 座 20 层, 7
    English map, Chinese map

    Free to members, 50 rmb to non-members
    REGISTRATION: Please register at fcccadmin@gmail.com.

    Don Brean is Professor of Finance and Economics in the Rotman School of Management at The University of Toronto.  He is Co-Director of the G20 Research Group, the world’s leading centre for research of formal international political dialogue.

    Professor Brean is the editor of Taxation in Modern China, a highly acclaimed and influential research volume on fiscal aspects of China’s economic transition. His most recent work on China is Bank Reform in China: What It Means for the World published by the Asia Pacific Foundation. Professor Brean holds graduate degrees from the University of Toronto and The London School of Economics.