China, supply chains, and the pandemic exit: Laurier’s Economic Outlook 2022 to discuss how we navigate a complex recovery

WATERLOO – The Laurier Centre for Economic Research and Policy Analysis (LCERPA) at Wilfrid Laurier University’s Lazaridis School of Business and Economics is hosting its annual Economic Outlook event April 13, with this year’s theme centred around the economic recovery from COVID-19 entitled, Navigating a Complex Recovery.

Each year, LCERPA presents the Economic Outlook as a forum focused on giving the public more insight into the complex factors driving the regional, provincial, and national economy. This year’s event will be delivered through a moderated webinar discussing where we stand in the pandemic recovery, the importance of supply chains, and China’s expanding impact on the global economy.

The featured panelists will be Frances Donald, global chief economist and strategist at Manulife Investment Management, and Millan Mulraine, director and chief economist at the Ontario Teacher’s Pension Plan. The event…

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