Tightening of China’s Credit Cycle—What Does It Mean for Consumption?

Tightening of China’s Credit Cycle—What Does It Mean for Consumption?

Since the 2008 financial crisis, governments around the world have lowered interest rates and loosened their monetary policies to promote economic growth. Over the past 9 years, the US economy has stabilized, and the Fed has begun making successive increase rate hikes to reign in on the abundant money supply. What is the current situation of the Chinese economy, and if China follows the US in tightening its credit, what does it mean for individual consumption?

We are honored to have Dong Tao, Managing Director and Senior Advisor of Credit Suisse, Private Banking Asia Pacific, to give us his insight and thoughts on the current economic situation in China. Previously, Mr. Tao was the Chief Regional Economist for ex-Japan Asia at Credit Suisse, with a focus on China. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, he was the Senior Regional Economist and Head of China research with Schroders Securities Asia. Mr. Tao holds a PhD and an MSc degree from the University of Utah, as well as a BA degree from Beijing Foreign Language University.



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