WEF Dalian 2007 part VII: Made in China





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In part VII, Made in China, we look at China's growing role in the global economy.

In the 'Meet the new champions' series executives from the World Economic Forum meet in Dalian, China discuss their experiences and perceptions of globalisation and the effect of rapidly developing nations on businesses and the world economy.

Visit www.biggerthinking.com for more discussions on this and other key business issues.

Margery Kraus
President and Chief Executive Officer, APCO Worldwide, USA (in China)

Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr.
Global CEO, PricewaterhouseCoopers , USA

Witold Henisz
Associate Professor of Management, The Wharton School , University of Pennsylvania , USA

John Elkington
Founder and Chief Entrepreneur, SustainAbility, United Kingdom

François Barrault
Chief Executive Officer, BT Global Services, BT, Belgium

Dr. Liu Jiren
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Neusoft, People's Republic of China

Robert Grenier
Managing Director, Kroll, Inc.

Richard Hausmann
President & CEO, Siemens Ltd., China

Horst Geicke
Executive Chairman, VinaCapital Group

Sunlin Gulati
Group President, YES BANK, Ltd.

Asha Saxena
President & CEO, Future Technologies, Inc.

Fernando Madeira
CEO, Terra Networks Brasil SA

Steven Atkinson
Co-founder, Monitise Plc.

Weijie Gao
Senior Counselor, APCO Worldwide Inc.

Vincent Lo
Chairman, Shui On Holdongs Ltd.

Sha Zukang
Under Secretary General, United Nations

Young Leaders
Adam Bly
Founder & CEO, Seed Media Group

Jimmy Wales
Founder, Wikia Inc.

Anousheh Ansari
Co-founder, Prodea Syatems Inc.

Jennifer Corriero
Co-founder, TakingITGlobal

Carlos Daniel
Co-CEO, Banco Compartamos

Osayi Oruene
Executive Director, Fate Foundation


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