On Friday, February 4, the XXIV Olympic Winter Games open in Beijing, while on March 5 Premier Li Keqiang will announce the growth targets for the current year. Observers' attentions are focused on the theme of China's openness to the world and the fundamentals of Chinese growth, in a context conditioned by the performance of the Omicron variant. The comparison with 2008, when China crowned its definitive debut among the great international powers as an open nation, marks this historical moment, highlighting that while then the problem was the management of openness, today it is the management of closure. Against this backdrop, what are the main levers Xi Jinping will use to achieve his growth goals? What impact do these policies have on Chinese trade? How did Lombard companies perform in 2021 and what is the outlook for the current year?
The breakfast brieﬁngs are meetings addressed to companies, with the aim of intercepting emerging trends and discussing possible future scenarios. The restricted format of the meetings, which take place in compliance with the Chatham House Rule, guarantees interaction among the participants. Therefore, participation is by invitation only.
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