China's Provincial Economies: Adapting To Economic Rebalancing

As the world’s second largest economy, China is a complex and geographically diverse nation which requires increasingly granular macroeconomic and political research. BMI has therefore initiated subnational coverage of China, and is releasing a special report which gives a broad overview of the country’s largest and most economically dynamic provinces and municipalities. Head of Asia Country Risk Andrew Wood joins the podcast this week to discuss some of the key themes found in the special report, ranging from growing pains in China’s largest provincial economies to potential for significant outperformance in some of the less developed regions.