Welcome to 2009 China Business Conference
“Benchmarking China on the Global Stage”
China - the world’s most populous nation and its third largest economy. A country whose GDP has experienced double digit growth for 17+ years, and who continues to see social and technological progress.
China’s rapid growth has captured the world’s attention. However, in order to better understand
this radical evolution, we need to examine the region’s achievements and shortfalls, but not merely by its own accord, but benchmarked against that of the world’s leading nations. How has the progress China made in its policies, industry sectors and capital systems compare to those of the developed economies? What metrics do we need to consider in order to fully understand its performance? What challenges and opportunities lie ahead for the region’s industrious citizens?
Now, amidst the global economic slowdown and financial turmoil, is China ready to lead the way? It is only when China fully understands how it is benchmarked and integrated with the world, is it able to become a leader in its own right
The 2nd Annual China Business Conference, with the theme of “Benchmarking China on the Global Stage” (国际视野量中国), will be held on April 10, 2009 at Columbia University’s Morningside Campus. As China’s growth is reshaping the world, the conference will provide a forum to gauge China’s competences and responsibilities in its legal, economic, political and cultural developments, and present strategies to overcome numerous challenges that China faces.
Featured companies include Thomson Reuters, Noble Group, Nokia, McKinsey & Company, Viking Corporation, Lenovo, MassMutual Financial Group, Johnson & Johnson, and WuXi AppTec Co., Ltd.
Attendees include MBA candidates from Columbia Business School and other major business schools in the region, industry professionals, corporate executives, alumni, and university faculty and staff.
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“Control Deals In China – It’s All About The Mindset” by Wall Street Journal
“PE Investors Still Optimistic About China’s Growth” by Wall Street Journal