Joint Chamber Luncheon: How Does Europe Fare in a Trade War?
Joint Chamber Luncheon: How Does Europe Fare in a Trade War?

With the announcement by the US government of trade tariffs on China-imported products, a new age of protectionism seems to be about to rise. US measures are not only targeting China but will also have both direct and indirect effects on the European economy.

The purpose of this seminar is to discuss and analyze the advent of trade tariffs on the world’s economy from a twofold Chinese and European point of view along with their effects on growth, inflation and on the global finance.

Please remind that seats are limited and RSVP is required. Registration deadline is on September 17th.

About the Speaker

Hao Zhou, Director, Senior Emerging Markets Economist at Commerzbank 


Mr Zhou currently serves as Senior Emerging Markets Economist at Commerzbank Singapore, covering economics research and FX strategy for the North Asia region. Prior to this role, he spent eight years with ANZ banking group as senior China economist based in Shanghai. Hao appears regularly on global media and has presented at numerous investor conferences. He is a consultant for the Monetary Policy Committee of People’s Bank of China. He is also a senior fellow of China Chief Economist Forum. He was awarded Economist of the Year (2017) by China Business News and also top China forecaster according to Bloomberg survey (2016, 2017). Hao Zhou holds a Master’s degree in Economic Policy from the National University of Singapore.



Pool House, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong,
1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai,
Hong Kong


September 20 2018, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm


Members 650HKD
Non-Members 750HKD
(including 3-course western lunch & one standard drink)





Joint Chamber Luncheon: How Does Europe Fare in a Trade War?

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