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After landmark Third and Fourth Plenums, China held its Fifth Plenary Session in late October. The Fifth Plenum provides insights into China’s overarching strategy for the next five years, which will be detailed in the 13th Five Year Plan to be ratified next March. How does all this mix and match to achieve the government's goals of maintaining sufficient economic growth while refurbishing an economic model andgoverning system that are searching for stability and sustainability. What are the implications and opportunities for foreign business in China as the ‘New Normal’ takes shape and Chinese business struts onto the world stage.

Join APCO’s Greater China Chairman James McGregor as he discusses how to frame thinking around China’s milestone plenary sessions, President Xi Jinping’s motivations and vision for China, and the implications to multinational companies operating in China.


  • James McGregor  (Greater China Chairman at APCO Worldwide)

    James McGregor

    Greater China Chairman at APCO Worldwide

    James McGregor is Greater China Chairman for APCO Worldwide in China,member of the APCO International Advisory Council and author of two highly regarded books:
    No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers: The Challenges of Chinese Authoritarian Capitalism, published in October 2012, and One Billion Customers: Lessons from the Front Lines of Doing Business in China, published in 2005. He is a former bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal and CEO of Dow Jones China. Mr. McGregor is a professional speaker, CNBC commentator, blogger and essayist for a variety of publications. He has also been a venture investor, entrepreneur and advisor to many multinationals and start-up companies in his more than 20 years in China. Mr. McGregor is a former Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China and currently is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Atlantic Council, Asia Society Global Council and National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.

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