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Impressions from the 2012 meeting:
China’s development is an opportunity for the world
Valdis Dombrovskis, Prime Minister of the Republic of Latvia
 
The panels highlighted China as a new centre of globalization
Huang Nubo, Chairman, Zhongkun Investment Group, China
 
It is important to recall that China’s remarkable economic transformation was not the result of happenstance. It was born out of a vision
Mao Zhenhua, Chairman, China Chengxin Credit Management, China
 
If growth has slowed recently, this cooling is welcome, as it has helped bring inflation down to a more comfortable level
Alan Hassenfeld, Chairman, Hasbro, USA
 
Recent market volatility worldwide confirms how integrated the global economy has come
Lim Chow Kiat, President, GIC Asset Management, Singapore
 
Most Chinese companies have only just begun the process of global integration
Sandra Wu, Chief Executive Officer, Japan Asia Group, Japan
 
Transition and development shall promote each other
Liu Changle, Chairman, Phoenix Satellite Television Holdings, Hong Kong SAR
 
China and Europe are committed to working closely to promote dialogue and cooperation of the global industries
Lu Yaohua, Executive Vice Chairman, China Federation of Industrial Economics, China
 
 
 
 
Global China Business Meeting
10-11 November 2013, The Hague, The Netherlands
 
Xia Hua, President, Eve Group, and Jia Yanlin, Chairman, Baosteel Metal - The Chinese Business Leaders of the Year
The 2013 Horasis Global China Business Meeting took place in The Hague, The Netherlands, 10-11 November 2013. With the support of the City of The Hague, The Netherlands Council for Trade Promotion and the China Federation of Industrial Economics, this Horasis meeting on China provided a platform to discuss the critical factors behind China's rise to global eminence. Chinese and international entrepreneurs discussed the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead to achieve China's next step of economic development. Download the report and visit the photo gallery.

At the outset of the meeting, participants elaborated on the Third Plenary Session of China’s Communist Party’s Central Committee which took place at the same time as the Global China Business Meeting. Chinese government leaders concluded that liberalization will serve as a new engine for economic growth. Liu Haiyan, Executive Vice Chairman, China Federation of Industrial Economics, China, said that 'China is confident of achieving its economic targets and will strengthen its cooperation with the international community to ensure global economic growth.' S.A. Blok, Minister for Housing and the Central Government Sector, The Netherlands, emphasized the importance of the economic relations between China and The Netherlands. At the packed opening plenary, Lilianne Ploumen, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, The Netherlands, told participants that 'China's development is an opportunity for the world.'

Lilianne Ploumen, Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade Xu Heyi, Chairman, Beijing Automotive Group and Xiang Bing, Dean, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
Yan Xiaoyan, President, Bank of Beijing, China

The Chinese economy advanced at a faster pace in recent months,' Xu Heyi, Chairman, Beijing Automotive Group, China, opined, allaying fears that China was headed for a downturn. According to Jia Yanlin, Chairman, Baosteel Metal, China, 'China won't overthrow the existing world order – but it will become a part of it.' 'The rise of China does not have to trigger a tweaking power transition,' added Xia Hua, President, Eve Group, China. Yan Xiaoyan, President, Bank of Beijing, China, said 'we shall seek harmony but not uniformity.' 'And we shall reflect on the state of globalization and China’s contribution to globalization,' added Huang Nubo, Chairman, Zhongkun Investment Group, China.

The Co-Chairs were:

Dirk Jan van den Berg, President, Delft University, The Netherlands
Peter Chen, Chief Executive Officer, Forest Power & Energy Holdings, USA
Alan Hassenfeld, Chairman, Hasbro, USA
Huang Nubo, Chairman, Zhongkun Investment Group, China
Jia Yanlin, Chairman, Baosteel Metal, China
Liu Changle, Chairman, Phoenix Satellite Television Holdings, Hong Kong SAR
John M Neill, Chairman and Group Chief Executive, Unipart Group, United Kingdom
Ben Noteboom, Chief Executive Officer, Randstad Holding, The Netherlands
Vachara Phanchet, Chairman, Sittipol Holdings, Thailand
Tan Chin Nam, Chairman, Temasek Management Services, Singapore
Alfonso Vegara, Chief Executive Officer, Fundacion Metropoli, Spain
Wilfred Wong Ying-Wai, Chairman, Hsin Chong Construction Group, Hong Kong SAR
Xia Hua, President, Eve Group, China
Xu Heyi, Chairman, Beijing Automotive Group, China
Yan Xiaoyan, President, Bank of Beijing, China

The Global China Business Meeting is the foremost annual business meeting on China. The event is open to the Chief Executive Officers of the world´s leading companies. In addition to the Global China Business Meeting, Horasis hosts regional meetings with focus on India, Russia and the Arab world.

Co-hosts:

Netherlands Council for Trade Promotion City of The Hague

 


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