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Mansoor Hassan

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New Delhi - 110003

The Global Advanced Management Programme (GAMP) is hailed as one of the best Management Development Programmes offered by AIMA and has been greatly appreciated by all delegates who have attended it.

The next edition of AIMA’s Global Advanced Management Programme is scheduled from 17 to 22 November, 2019 at Beijing, China. The programme having the theme -“Prospects and Challenges for Business In China’s New Context”- will be led by Mr. Claude Smadja, Former Managing Director of the World Economic Forum, and current President of Smadja & Associates, Inc.

Programme Background

China – and the Chinese economy – have entered a new stage of transition dictated by domestic as well as international developments. On the domestic front, the structural trend of slowing down growth reflects the fact that the country has entered a phase of economic maturation as well as some major issues that the leadership needs ...READ MORE

The Global Advanced Management Programme (GAMP) is hailed as one of the best Management Development Programmes offered by AIMA and has been greatly appreciated by all delegates who have attended it.

The next edition of AIMA’s Global Advanced Management Programme is scheduled from 17 to 22 November, 2019 at Beijing, China. The programme having the theme -“Prospects and Challenges for Business In China’s New Context”- will be led by Mr. Claude Smadja, Former Managing Director of the World Economic Forum, and current President of Smadja & Associates, Inc.

Programme Background

China – and the Chinese economy – have entered a new stage of transition dictated by domestic as well as international developments. On the domestic front, the structural trend of slowing down growth reflects the fact that the country has entered a phase of economic maturation as well as some major issues that the leadership needs to confront such as the need to address significant financial risks borne out, among other factors, of the unmanaged expansion of shadow banking, or the increasingly lower returns on investments in some sectors of activity. At the international level, the trade war initiated by Washington is just one facet of the broader confrontation between the US and the China now seen as a strategic competitor and a threat to America’s prominence.

The conjunction of these two elements creates a new – very complex – context for China’s policies and evolution for the years ahead worth to understand for any business leader given the tremendous impact that China’s actions and policies will continue to have on the global economic and geopolitical environment....READ LESS

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