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Impressions from them 2009 meeting:
China is still a poor developing country. The burgeoning economic relationships between China and other emerging markets in places like Africa are still very new, and not that big
Levin Zhu, Chief Executive Officer, CICC, China
If we listen to America, we’re doomed. Policymakers there are pushing aside all the rational voices and the next crisis is already brewing. Who’ll pay for it? Probably the American people, because the Chinese certainly aren’t going to lend them the money
Ronnie C. Chan, Chairman, Hong Kong SAR
The Chinese do not invest in Mozambique because of the beautiful eyes of the Mozambicans, but rather due to the convergence and complementarity of interests
Luísa Dias Diogo, Prime Minister of Mozambique
China is one of the world's new engines of growth
David K.P. Li, Chairman, Bank of East Asia, Hong Kong SAR
For companies to thrive in the post-crisis era, innovation is the key
Wayne W. Wang, Chairman, CDP Group, China
The establishment of the China-Portugal comprehensive strategic partnership in 2005 opened a new chapter in their relations
Luís Amado, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Portugal
My country’s future is now more tied to the East than the West
Amadou Hott, Chief Executive Officer, UBA Capital, Nigeria
Europe and North America will dramatically increase its outsourcing in Asia. Those who anticipate and manage well will win
John M. Neill, Group Chief Executive, Unipart Group, United Kingdom
Global China Business Meeting
21-22 November 2010, City of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Horasis will hold the sixth Global China Business Meeting in Luxembourg on 21-22 November 2010. The meeting is co-hosted by Luxembourg for Business and the China Federation of Industrial Economics. Over 400 leaders will meet under the theme "Globalizing Chinese Firms". The theme reflects the increased emphasis of Chinese firms to build global and sustainable brands. The programme offers multiple means to gain insight from and access to business leaders and key government officials.

Delegates will debate the impact of the global economic crisis and how China is shaping the post-crisis world. China's lead in the global economic recovery has been underscored by effective government stimulus measures, robust domestic consumption and increasing economic integration on a regional and global level. The 2010 Global China Business Meeting will attach importance on the increasing role that China plays in global trade and investment.

The co-chairs are:

Jeffrey Chen, Chief Executive Officer, Neopac Lighting Group, China, Taiwan
Carla Cico, Chairman, Rivoli S.P.A, Italy
Boris F.J. Collardi, Chief Executive Officer, Julius Baer Group, Switzerland
Li Ruogu, Chairman, China Exim Bank, China
Kolapo Lawson, Group Chairman, Ecobank Transnational, Togo
Liang Xinjun, Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Fosun Group, China
Nan Cunhui, Chairman, Chint Group, China
Juan María Nin, Chief Executive Officer, La Caixa, Spain
Patrick O'Basuyi, Chairman, Obax Group, USA
Dinesh C. Paliwal, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Harman International, USA
Salman Al Jishi, Chairman, Salman Group, Saudi Arabia
Yat Siu, Chief Executive Officer, Outblaze, Hong Kong SAR
John Tan, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Capital Reinsurance Group, Singapore
Xiang Wenbo, President, Sany Heavy Industry Co., China
Zhang Jianwei, President, Sinotrans, China
Zhou Xin, Chairman, E-HOUSE China Holdings, China
Zhang Yue, Chairman, Broad Air Conditioning, China
Zhu Jimin, Chairman, Shougang Group, China

Strategic Partners:

CEIBS PricewaterhouseCoopers    


Asia Pacific CEO Association Caixin Media CEO Clubs UAE China CEO Roundtable
Future China Society World Eminence Chinese Business Association Young Presidents' Organization (YPO)  

Knowledge Partners:

Accenture Baker & McKenzie Julius Baer Group Roland Berger Strategy Consultants

Media Partners:

Asean Affairs China Daily Global Asia International Herald Tribune
Phoenix TV WirtschaftsWoche    

The Global China Business Meeting is the foremost annual gathering of Chinese business leaders and their global counterparts. It is held in the recognition that growth strategies within the Sino-global framework require thought leadership and mutually beneficial peer-to-peer networks. The 2005-2009 meetings - held in Geneva (twice), Frankfurt, Barcelona and Lisbon – were the first independent, international meetings of Chinese and global CEOs to conceptualize Chinese companies' rise to global eminence.

The event is open to Chief Executive Officers of the world's leading companies. The meeting is supported by corporate partners - selected companies that contribute their expertise and resources to Horasis.

Horasis is a global visions community committed to enact visions for a sustainable future. (http://www.horasis.org)

For more information, please contact:
Communications and Public Affairs
Horasis. The Global Visions Community
phone: +41 79 305 3110
fax: +41 44 214 6502
e-mail: visions@horasis.org
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