Economics

Professor Yiping Huang - Seminar

December

On Tuesday April 14 ACRI held  an informal discussion with visiting Professor Yiping Huang from Peking University.

Professor Huang joined ACRI Director Bob Carr and engaged with staff and students from the University of Technology, Sydney. Professor Huang explored the implications of China's 'new normal' growth rate for Australia’s economy and identified the key opportunities facing Australia-China economic relations.

The seminar took place at the UTS Business School in the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building.


Event Information
Date
December
Time
7:56 PM
Venue

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