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THE END OF CHINA'S
"REFORM AND OPENING" ERA

The End of China's
"Reform and Opening" Era and What It Means for Your Business

With Subject Matter Expert

Matt Pottinger

Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Stanford University's Hoover Institution & Former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor

This summer, Beijing launched a "rectification" campaign against several industries, obliterating a trillion dollars in market cap for some of the country's most innovative private companies. What are the goals of Xi Jinping's rectification campaign, and how long will it last? What will this mean for U.S. investment in China and for global supply chains?

Matt will lay out the origins of this campaign and the deeper rationale that is driving it, and forecast what it means for a range of industries moving forward.

CEO Roundtable:
The End of China's "Reform and Opening" Era

Open to CEOs of all companies except those based in mainland China.

December 8, 2021

8:00-9:30 AM PT

About Matt Pottinger

Matt Pottinger is a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution. Matt served at the White House for four years in senior roles on the National Security Council staff, including as Deputy National Security Advisor from 2019 to 2021.

In that role, Matt coordinated the full spectrum of national security policy. Before that he served as Senior Director for Asia, where he led the administration’s work on the Indo-Pacific region, and in particular its shift on China policy.

Before his White House service, Matt spent the late 1990s and early 2000s in China as a reporter for Reuters and The Wall Street Journal. He then fought in Iraq and Afghanistan as a U.S. Marine during three combat deployments between 2007 and 2010.

Following active duty, Matt founded and led an Asia-focused risk consultancy and ran Asia research at an investment fund in New York.

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