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Subject: EIU webinar - Global debate: What does China's consumer boom mean for international investors?


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Global debate: What does China's consumer boom mean for international investors?
A free EIU webinar conversation on FDI in China

Thursday, February 16, 2012
2:30 - 3:30pm GMT (London)
9:30 - 10:30am EST (New York)

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Following the recent launch of the EIU's special report on foreign investment into China, we would like to invite you to a webinar panel debate on the opportunities and challenges to international investors of China's consumer boom. Tune in to the webinar this Thursday to understand key issues surrounding China's consumer boom, including:

Tune in for a presentation and discussion of the report with the following EIU panel on February 16 at 2:30pm GMT / 9:30am EST:
In London - Duncan Innes-Ker, EIU Senior Editor
In New York - Victoria Lai, Analyst at EIU Access China
In Frankfurt - Boris Planer, Research Director (Data Services) at Planet Retail
In Beijing - Dr Qian Liu, Deputy Director of EIU's China Forecasting Service

Make sure to send your questions ahead of time to [log in to unmask] and we will address them on the call.

Register here: 

We look forward to greeting you online.
Economist Intelligence Unit

P.S.  If you cannot join our webinar at the time scheduled, register for the event and you will receive a recording and copy of slides via email following the webinar.

P.P.S. EIU editors will be continuing the debate via our social media accounts immediately after the webinar; join us on:


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