Prior to joining Sarasin, Niloofar worked at the Australian High Commission (Treasury representative) covering the UK and the Eurozone economies, as well as G20 policies.
She also has several years of experience on the Chinese economy, both at Timetric (an emerging markets economic consultancy), and at the Australian Treasury in Canberra where she trained as an economist prior to moving to London.
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Date published: 5 February 2019< 1 min
Economist Niloofar Rafiei takes a look at the outlook for the Chinese economy after its growth slowed sharply in 2018.