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U.S.-China Business Leaders Summit
CEC 

  Time:       08:30-14:00, Wednesday, Nov. 9th 2011
  Location:      University Club, New York
  Organizer:   .China Entrepreneur Club (CEC)
  Co-organizers: Prudential Financial, Inc., Fosun Group
  Partners:   China International Capital Corporation Limited (CICC)
         China-United States Exchange Foundation
         The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
         World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
         Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)


  Theme: New Opportunities for U.S.-China Economic Cooperation and Development

  China has maintained a rapid GDP growth rate of 9.6% in the first half of 2011, but the inflation rate has been as high as 5.4%. At the same time, under the influence of QE2, the unemployment rate in the U.S. remained high at 9%, and GDP grew only 0.7% in the first half of 2011. China and the U.S. face different problems; yet, rising costs of labor and environmental issues are problems that both Chinese and American industries must confront. Therefore, it is becoming more necessary and important to discuss cooperation between China and the United States and seek a win-win outcome. 

  Agenda

  College Hall

  08:30 – 09:00 Registration and Reception

  09:00 – 09:10  Emcee – LI Yifei, Country Chair, VivaKi Greater China

  Opening Remarks
  LIU Chuanzhi, Chairman, China Entrepreneur Club; Chairman and President, Legend Holdings Ltd.
  Mark Grier, Vice Chairman, Prudential Financial, Inc.

  09:10 – 10:10 Internationalization and the Enterprise: Challenges and Opportunities

  Internationalization presents enormous growth opportunities for U.S. and Chinese businesses. Increasingly, companies are conducting business in emerging markets and establishing strategic relationships with foreign partners.  But how do we navigate this new landscape to maximize benefits while minimizing costs?  How do we reach a consensus on issues related to global economic development? Despite the differences in our cultures and political structures, these issues are significant areas of concern for companies in both the U.S. and China. During this panel we will discuss the challenges and opportunities inherent in the internationalization process as they relate to Chinese and American industries.

  Moderator:  Jeffery Li, CEO, GL Capital Group

  Panelists:  
  Daniel D'Aniello, Co-Founder and Managing Director of The Carlyle Group
  Barry Diller, Chairman and Senior Executive of IAC/InterActiveCorp
  GUO Guangchang, Chairman, Fosun International
  LI Dongsheng, Chairman of the Board and CEO, TCL Corporation
  ZHU Xinli, Chairman, China Huiyuan Juice Group Limited

  10:10 – 10:20 Q&A Discussion

  10:20 – 10:35 Coffee break


  10:35 – 11:35 Common Ground: Understanding the Differences in U.S. and Chinese Leadership Styles

  The world is becoming flatter as we speak, and business practices more standardized. Yet, our distinct cultures and histories remain definitive forces – shaping leadership styles, impacting negotiations, and influencing the mentalities of corporations from the top down. Understanding the root of our differences is vital to fostering cooperation in an increasingly interconnected world.  During this session we will discuss these differences and how we can work together to reach common ground.

  Moderator:  Dr. Yasheng Huang, Professor of Political Economy and International Management, International Program Professorship in Chinese Economy and Business, MIT Sloan School of Management

  Panelists:  
  FENG Lun, Chairman, Vantone Holdings Co., Ltd
  NIU Gensheng, Founder, Mengniu Dairy Group
  Dr. Zachary Karabell, Senior Advisor for Business for Social Responsibility and President of River Twice Capital Advisors, LLC
  Harold McGraw III, Chairman, President and CEO of the McGraw-Hill Companies 
  Stephen E. Merrill, Former Governor and Attorney General of New Hampshire; Chairman, Bingham Consulting LLC
  Michael Yu, Chairman and CEO, New Oriental Education & Technology Group

  11:35 – 11:45 Q&A Discussion

  11:45 – 11:50 Closing Remarks
  WU Jianmin, Vice Chairman, China Institute for Innovation and Developments

  11:50 – 12:20 Networking

  Dwight Room

  12:30   Lunch served

  13:15  Remarks by Madeleine K. Albright, Former U.S. Secretary of State; Chair, Albright Stonebridge Group; Chair, Albright Capital Management LLC

  14:00    Meeting adjourns

  (Note: The agenda may be slightly modified according to specific circumstances.)

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