"No country has shaped the fortunes of the emerging market (EM) universe over the past decade more than China... China's incredible investment bubble has undoubtedly left an indelible mark on the global economy and, perhaps more importantly, has also altered the fundamental structure of many EM economies. It stands to reason, therefore, that as China undergoes the painful process of rebalancing that we envisage EM too will have to contend with a massive shift in demand for their goods and services..."
Business Monitor International (BMI) has just published 'China After The Hard Landing: Global Winners And Losers', a special report that examines China's impending economic rebalancing following a hard landing, and identifies the opportunities as well as the risks in China and the EM over the coming decade.
The report provides you with detailed analysis of the likely global winners and losers of the rebalancing process, as well as an assessment of the impact of this seismic shift on regions that have been benefiting from China's multi-year investment boom. It also examines the opportunities stemming from the secular rise of the Chinese consumer and the erosion of the country's competitiveness as a manufacturing hub. These considerations will help you identify and assess investment opportunities and risks for your business in the medium to long term.
Use BMI's key views on China's hard landing to support your investment decision-making and risk-management planning activities. The special report answers key questions, such as:
- What are the domestic opportunities and risks from China's rebalancing process?
- What are the political implications of China's hard landing, and how will the EM universe be affected following the end of China's investment boom?
- With the Australian economy on the brink of recession, what will be the unique threats facing the country?
- How will Chinese investment in Africa be impacted by China's economic slowdown?
- How will global economic imbalances be unwound, and will this be orderly or disruptive?
The special report draws on BMI's 28 years of experience to critically assess the greatest macroeconomic and political risks, helping you to assess the opportunities and challenges facing your business over the coming decade.