From 2015-11-25 12:15:00 to 2015-11-25 13:45:00
Venue: Italian Chamber of Commerce in Japan

 

ICCJ invites you to a luncheon on the possible impacts – for Europe and for the rest of the world – of the ongoing economic and financial developments in China, which have recently come to the forefront of the international policy debate.

After more than three decades of double-digit growth, which has transformed the country into one of the biggest economies and trading powers of the world, China is entering a phase of rebalancing its economic structure and a slowdown of its pace of economic expansion.

Featuring Angelo CicognaHead of Bank of Italy Representative Office in Tokyo, and Akio TakaharaProfessor of Contemporary Chinese Politics at the University of Tokyo Graduate School of Law and Politics, the talk will focus on the risks and the global economic and financial implications of China’s transition to a “new normal”.

 

Mr. Angelo CICOGNA

Graduated from Bocconi University and London School of Economics.

He joined the Bank of Italy in 1986 and has working experience in Italy, US and Egypt.

He has been the Head of Bank of Italy Representative Office in Tokyo since October 2013.

 

Prof. Akio TAKAHARA

Professor of Contemporary Chinese Politics at the Graduate School of Law and Politics, the University of Tokyo.
DPhil from University of Sussex, he also served for the Institute of Development Studies UK, the JAAS, and the New Japan-China Friendship 21st Century Committee. Senior fellow of the Tokyo Foundation, adjunct fellow of the JIIA, and senior fellow of the JFIR. [full profile]

 

EVENT DETAILS
Date:     November 25th, 2015 (Wed)

Time:    12:20 – 13:40

(doors open at 12.00)

Venue: Italian Chamber of Commerce in Japan

FBR Mita Bldg 9F, 4-1-27 Mita

Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0073

Language: English

 

Cost:

JPY 3000 (ICCJ Members)

JPY 4500 (Non Members)

(light bento included)

 

REGISTER HERE
Do register soon for this event, as tickets will sell out quickly!

Registration/payment/cancellation deadline: November 23rd, 2015