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Reopening the Economy: The View from Asia

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As some U.S. states begin to reopen their economies, does China’s reemergence from the pandemic after months of near-total shutdown provide a realistic model for the United States? What does the view from other countries across Asia tell us about challenges and opportunities U.S. companies may face as the economy begins to re-open?

In a recent webinar, Finsbury representatives from Hong Kong and Beijing shared their on-the-ground insights about how businesses and consumers in China and throughout Asia are defining “recovery” and adapting to a new reality. Their discussion was followed by Q&A session with participants.