• Service: Audit, Tax, Advisory
  • Industry: Industrial Markets, Automotive, Energy & Natural Resources, Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare, Infrastructure, Transport and Logistics, Global China Practice
  • Type: Business and industry issue, Video
  • Date: 7/15/2011
  • Length: 60 Minutes


Mark Barnes

Partner in charge

KPMG High Growth Markets



Edwin Fung

Global Chair

Global China Practice in Beijing


Thomas Stanley

COO of KPMG's Global China Practice


Terry Chu


KPMG China


Andrew Thomson


KPMG China


Stephen Ip


KPMG China


Rodney Lawrence

National Principal in charge of KPMG's U.S. International Corporate Services practice

KPMG Webcast Replay: China's 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015) 

China's 12th Five-Year Plan Webcast - KPMG High Growth Market series

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This is a replay of the KPMG High Growth Market: China's 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015) webcast first broadcasted on 28 June 2011. 


China has recently approved its 12th Five-Year Plan (5YP), a new national development program for the next five years, 2011 to 2015. The 5YP will have a broad impact on China's economy and shape China's relationship with the U.S. and other countries, and have implications for business in China and the U.S. The main 5YP, together with industry-specific 5YPs now under development, will offer insight into how the business landscape is likely to evolve over the next five years in China, the U.S. and other countries around the globe.


This informative webcast was moderated by KPMG partners who gave us their insights according to the following:




  • Overview of China's 12th Five-Year Plan
  • Key themes and strategic investment areas
  • Insights on key industry sectors: Energy, Automotive, Infrastructure
  • The road ahead: 2011-2015




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