In a National Committee on U.S.-China Relations forum, five leading economists from the China Center for Economic Research (CCER)focus on the influences on China's economy in 2010.In the first panel discussion, moderated by Prof. Wu Ho-Mou, deputy director of CCER, Professor Lu Feng gives an economic forecast based on studies by CCER and other Chinese think tanks; Wang Jian-Ye, chief economist at the China Export-Import Bank, speaks on expansionary monetary policies in industrialized countries; Dr. Xiao Geng, director of the Brookings-Tsinghua Center, discusses China's exchange rate.The second panel, moderated by Stephen Orlins, president of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, focused on the future of China-s economic model. Professor and Deputy Director Yao Yang of CCER discusses China-s reliance on an export-led growth model, household savings rates, Chinese consumer behavior and the Chinese economy. CCER Professor Huang Yiping speaks on the prospect of rebalancing China-s economy, economic investment and market distortions affecting the economy and development.The National Committee is a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization that encourages understanding of China and the United States among citizens of both countries. The National Committee's continuity of experience and depth of associations with senior officials and distinguished citizens of China and the United States make it a unique national resource. The National Committee focuses its exchange, educational, and policy programs on international relations, economic development and management, governance and legal affairs, environmental and other global concerns, mass communication, and education administration -- addressing these issues with respect to the People's Republic, Hong Kong SAR and Taiwan.moreless
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