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  1. 1. Asia: Managing Beyond Crisis Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2009 2010-04-29 Page-1
  2. 2. Asia: Managing Beyond Crisis Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2009 Thursday, April 16 07:00 - 22:00 Registration (Meilan Airport, Haikou) 16:00 – 17:30 BFA Board of Directors Meeting (ICC, Level 1, Peacock IV) 18:00 - 18:45 BFA Members General Meeting (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A) 19:00 - 20:30 BFA Members and Sponsors Welcome Dinner (Sofitel Hotel, 1st Floor, Symposium Restaurant) Friday, April 17 07:00 - 22:00 Registration (Meilan Airport, Haikou) 07:00 - 14:00 BFA “New Fortune Cup” Golf Invitational 2009 (Dong Yu Island, BFA ICC Golf Club) 14:00 – 14:30 Shanghai General Motors Official Vehicle Handover Ceremony (ICC, Southern Entrance) 15:00 - 15:30 BFA AC 2009 Press Conference (Sofitel Hotel, Oriental Theatre, 1st Floor) 15:30 - 17:30 Young Leaders Roundtable:Leadership In a Time of Crisis (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A) (Invitation Only) Moderator: RUI Chenggang, Anchor, China Central Television Co-Chairmen: Tony BURKE, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Australia Robin LI, Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO, Baidu 17:40 - 18:10 Young Leaders Roundtable Co-Chairmen Press Briefing (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A) 16:00 – 17:30 China’s Real Estate Market (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom B) Moderator: QIN Shuo, Chief Editor, China Business News 2010-04-29 Page-2
  3. 3. Panelists: PAN Shiyi, Chairman, SOHO China Ltd. REN Zhiqiang, President, Huayuan Group Jackson XU, President, Oulin Group 18:00 – 20:00 Buffet (Sofitel Hotel, Asiana Restaurant, Le Mistral and Symposium) 18:00 – 20:00 Volvo Ocean Race Theme Cocktail (Sofitel Hotel, Leisure Bar – Wan Quan Swimming Pools Area) 18:00 – 20:00 SABIC Reception (Sofitel Hotel, River Ranch BBQ Restaurant) (Invitation Only) 18:00 – 20:00 FMG Cocktail (Sofitel Hotel, Symposium Restaurant, Balcony) (Invitation Only) 19:00 – 21:30 Kazakhstan Cocktail (Sofitel Hotel, Level 5, Sofitel Club) 19:30 - 20:00 Opening of the Boao Asia Contemporary Art Exhibition (ICC, Level 1, Western Entrance) 20:30 - 22:00 How the Markets Can Drive Asia’s Recovery (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom B) Asia’s capital markets are drawing the attention of global investors, both as an indicator of economic health in Asia and as an important source of corporate financing. Hard hit by the financial crisis, how can the Markets get back on its feet and drive the recovery? What risk control measures should be taken? What can be expected from regional cooperation of the Markets in Asia? Moderator: WANG Boming, Chairman, the Stock Exchange Executive Council Panelists: YAO Gang, Vice Chairman, China Securities Regulatory Commission Peter CLARKE, Group Chief Executive, MAN Investments LI Jiange, Chairman, China International Capital Corporation Daniel TSAI, Chairman, Fubon Financial Holding Co. Ltd. ZHAO Danyang, Director, Pureheart Asset Management Charles LI, Chairman, J.P. Morgan Chase China 21:30 - 23:30 Bank of America and Merrill Lynch Welcome Reception (Sofitel Hotel, Level 2, Lobby Bar) Saturday, April 18 2010-04-29 Page-3
  4. 4. 08:30 - 09:30 Imagine-Asia: Tapping into Asia’s Creative-Industry Potential 2010-04-29 Page-4
  5. 5. (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A) Given the ever-increasing popularity of Asian culture in the west and its inclusion in western cartoons, movies, and the entertainment industry overall, how can Asians in creative industries like advertising and gaming incorporate more of their own cultural heritage into artistic projects here at home? What are the opportunities for those in Asia’s creative industries? Moderator: Anthony YUEN, Chief Commentator, Phoenix Satellite TV Panelists: Sir Martin SORRELL, Chairman, WPP Jackie CHAN, Vice Chairman, China Film Association LIU Changle, Chairman & CEO, Phoenix Satellite TV Andre MORGAN, Director & Producer, Hollywood Neil SHEN, Founding Managing Partner, Sequoia Capital China 08:30 - 09:30 Another Winter for Internet? – Driving Growth Through Innovation (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom B) The financial crisis has hit all sectors of the world economy hard, and the tech industry is no exception – a sharp role reversal from 2001 when the tech downturn affected the wider economy. What lessons did the industry learn after the 2001 that can help it now? Will dot-com companies survive and grow stronger? Can IT’s famed innovation and resiliency help to put the industry and the real economy back on track? Moderator: Kai-Fu LEE, Global Vice President, Google Panelists: XI Guohua, Vice Minister of Industry and Information Technology, China Martin LAU, President, Tencent Holdings Mark PENN, CEO Worldwide, Burson-Marsteller Charles CHAO, CEO, DING Lei, CEO, Netease Ya-Qin ZHANG, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Corporation 09:30 - 10:30 Contemplation and Communication in Search of the Value Consensus in Asia --- Boao Asia Contemporary Art Salon (Sofitel Hotel, Level 1, Oriental Theatre) Artists will share how their heritage influences their work, their sources of inspiration, and their views on Asian art’s place in the global art community. Moderator: FAN Di’an, Director, China Art Museum Panelists: ZHAO Li, Professor, China Central Academy of Fine Art ZENG Fanzhi, Artist, China 11:00 – 12:30 Opening Plenary: “Asia – Managing Beyond Crisis” (ICC, Level 2, BFA Main Hall) Chairman: LONG Yongtu, Secretary General, Boao Forum for Asia Welcome Remarks: Fidel V. RAMOS, Chairman, Board of Directors, Boao Forum for Asia, 2010-04-29 Page-5
  6. 6. Former President of the Philippines Keynote Speech: WEN Jiabao, Premier, People’s Republic of China Nursultan Abishevich NAZARBAYEV, President, the Republic of Kazakhstan Asif Ali ZARDARI, President, Islamic Republic of Pakistan NGUYEN Tan Dzung, Prime Minister, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Sanjaagiin BAYAR, Prime Minister, Mongolia John Key MP, Prime Minister, New Zealand Parviz DAVOODI, First Vice President, Islamic Republic of Iran Corporate Representatives: Prince Saud Bin Thenayan Al-Saud, Chairman, the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu; Chairman, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) Andrew FORREST, CEO, Fortescue Metal Group Limited Par OSTBERG, Senior Vice President, Volvo Group 12:45 - 14:15 Luncheon hosted by Hainan Provincial Government (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom C & D) (Invitation Only) Moderator: JIAN Sixian, Vice Governor, Hainan Provincial Government Welcome Remarks: LUO Baoming, Governor, Hainan Provincial Government Keynote Speech: The World Economic Outlook Moderator: LONG Yongtu, Secretary General, Boao Forum for Asia Speakers: Yasuo FUKUDA, Former Prime Minister, Japan ZENG Peiyan, Former Vice Premier, P. R. China 12:45 - 14:30 Buffet (Sofitel Hotel, Asiana Restaurant, Le Mistral and Symposium) 15:00 - 16:30 Reform the International Financial System: the Role of Emerging Markets (Sofitel Hotel, Level 1, Oriental Theatre) When the Asian Financial Crisis hit in 1997, it exposed the vulnerabilities of emerging markets’ financial frameworks. These countries then turned to the US and other western economies for advice and expertise on how to manage through it. Ten years later, we are grappling with a US-based financial crisis, drawing attention to the shortcomings of the US model. How should emerging markets cope with the increasingly complex international financial circumstances? What new financial architecture should be put in place to prevent similar crises? What is the role of emerging markets in it? Moderator: Lawrence GREENWOOD Jr., Vice President, Asian Development Bank Panelists: ZHOU Xiaochuan, Governor, People’s Bank of China 2010-04-29 Page-6
  7. 7. HENG Swee Keat, Managing Director, Monetary Authority of Singapore LOU Jiwei, Chairman and CEO, China Investment Corporation Nouriel ROUBINI, Professor of Economics, Stern School of Business, New York University 15:00 - 16:30 Doha Round: Leading out of Crisis (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A) Has the financial crisis added to the complexity of the Doha Round negotiations or will countries now be more willing to compromise on agricultural import rules and tariffs? Representatives from both developed and developing nations discuss the dangers of protectionism, the importance of lowering trade barriers, and the best way forward from here. Moderator: Lord Davidson, Advocate General, UK Government Panelists: Pascal LAMY, Director-General, World Trade Organization YI Xiaozhun, Vice Minister of Commerce, P.R. China Hiroyuki ISHIGE, Vice Minister for International Affairs, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Japan Anne-Marie IDRAC, Minister of State for Foreign Trade, France KIM Jong-hoon, Minister of Trade, Republic of Korea 17:00 - 18:30 Balancing Financial Innovation, Openness and Oversight (Sofitel Hotel, Level 1, Oriental Theatre) The sub-prime crisis has forced us to take notice of the fact that the consequences of predatory lending and excessive speculation without effective oversight reverberate far beyond the United States. Panelists will explore ways of matching financial innovation and openness with due and timely oversight. In an era of global capital, how can countries and companies insulate themselves from regulatory risk all over the world? Moderator: Leon BRITTAN, Vice Chairman, UBS Investment Bank Panelists: LIU Mingkang, Chairman, China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) Gerry GRIMSTONE, Chairman, Standard Life ZHENG Xinli, Permanent Vice Chairman, China Center for International Economic Exchanges MA Weihua, President and CEO, China Merchants Bank Kim HONG, President Asia Pacific, Bank of America and Merrill Lynch GUAN Jianzhong, Chairman & President, Dagong Global Credit Rating 17:00 - 18:30 SME Strategies: Attracting Talent, Securing Financing & Achieving Growth (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A) Even in down times, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) demonstrate a remarkable ability to innovate and demonstrate an incredible resilience and potential to generate new jobs. On the downside, however, they are plagued by a difficulty in 2010-04-29 Page-7
  8. 8. attracting talents, securing capital. Panelists will examine effective talent, financing and growth strategies for SMEs and how they can weather the recession. Moderator: XIANG Bing, Founding Dean, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Panelists: SCHIVE Chi, Chairman, Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation James QUIGLEY, Chief Executive Officer, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LIU Chunhang, Director General, Statistics Dept. & Research Dept., China Banking Regulatory Commission Wolfgang LEHMACHER, President & CEO, GeoPost InterContinental Richard ZHANG, Partner, Apax Partners Gunjan SINHA, Chairman, Metricstream Inc. 19:00 - 20:30 Dinner Session: The U.S., Asia and the Future (ICC, Level 2, BFA Main Hall) Moderator: LONG Yongtu, Secretary General, Boao Forum for Asia Speaker: George W. BUSH, Former President, the United States of America 20:30 - 22:00 Deloitte Cleantech Soiree: A Cleantech Future and the Future of Cleantech (ICC, Level 1, Peacock I) (Invitation Only) 21:00 - 22:30 Boao Salon: Social Entrepreneurship (ICC, Level 1, Peacock IV ) (Invitation Only) Chair: Simon ZADEK, Chief Executive, AccountAbility LI Yifei, Managing Director, GLG China of GLG Partners Sunday, April 19 09:00 – 10:30 Price Fluctuations and Emerging Market Strategies (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A) What implications do drastic fluctuations of oil, grain and ore prices have on trade, investment and the economies of emerging market countries? How should governments and businesses respond? What steps can be taken to reduce the volatility of such crucial commodity prices at the international, national and company levels? Moderator: Stephen ENGLE, TV Correspondent, Bloomberg Television Panelists: ZHANG Xiaoqiang, Vice Chairman, National Development and Reform Commission FU Chengyu, President, CNOOC Klaus ENGEL, Chairman of the Executive Board, Evonik Industries AG Russell SCRIMSHAW, Executive Director Commercial, FMG XU Lejiang, Chairman, Baosteel Group Corporation 2010-04-29 Page-8
  9. 9. Mohamed AL-MADY, CEO, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation 09:00 – 10:30 Managing in Periods of Volatility (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom B) Most companies’ primary response to the economic crisis is to cut costs to preserve margins and cash. A number of companies with strong balance sheets, however, view the crisis as an opportunity to take a more strategic approach, allowing them to emerge stronger and more competitive in the global marketplace as a result. What are the most promising opportunities to pursue and the appropriate strategies to deploy during this period of volatility? Moderator: Joe FULLER, Co-Founder and CEO, Monitor Group Panelists: LI Rongrong, Chairman, State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) of the State Council RAMADORAI S., CEO & Managing Director, Tata Consultancy Services WEI Jiafu, President & CEO, COSCO Susan CHANG, Chairwoman, Taiwan Financial Holding Co. Ltd Jae Won CHEY, CEO, SK Holdings 10:30 - 11:00 Break 11:00 - 12:30 Private Equity & Venture Capital: Opportunities in Emerging Markets (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A) With global financial crisis and economic slowdown, what are the opportunities and challenges facing VC/PE in the Emerging Markets? Fund raising might be much more difficult but asset valuation has come down a lot. At the same time leverage become difficult to secure. What should be in place to regulate the PE/VC industry and encourage funding for innovative small and medium companies especially in the technology areas? Moderator: Neil SHEN, Founding Managing Partner, Sequoia Capital China Panelists: DAI Xianglong, Chairman, National Council for Social Security Fund, China Christopher BOWER, Chairman & CEO, Pacific Corporate Group Bob NELSEN, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Arch Venture Partners LIU Erh Fei, Head, China Region, Bank of America and Merrill Lynch ZHANG Yichen, CEO, CITIC Capital Holdings Limited 11:00 - 12:30 Best Practice of Doing Business in Emerging Markets (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom B) Clearly, even with the global downturn, emerging market countries like China and India offer big potential for growth. Business leaders from both emerging market nations and developed countries will share their experiences doing business in emerging markets as well as their insights into bringing best practices to bear in markets very different from the US and Europe. Moderator: Christopher GRAVES, President & CEO, Asia Pacific, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide 2010-04-29 Page-9
  10. 10. Panelists: Balalsubramanian MUTHURAMAN, Managing Director, Tata Steel Limited Michael TRESCHOW, Chairman, Ericsson Group LI Dongsheng, Chairman & CEO, TCL Corporation Par OSTBERG, Senior Vice President, Volvo Group 12:45 - 14:45 Luncheon Session: Time for a Green New Deal? (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom C&D) The current financial crisis should not overshadow an even more pressing crisis facing mankind: environmental degradation and global warming. The UN Secretary General has called for a “Green New Deal,” urging governments to increase investments in clean energy, eco-agriculture, as well as energy-efficient transportation and housing. Is his call for a “Green New Deal” a realistic one in addressing both environmental degradation/global warming and economic slowdown in this time of economic hardship? How do we best incentivize countries and organizations to “go green”? Which organizations have taken the lead in going green and what can the rest of us learn from them? Moderator: Christopher GRAVES, President & CEO, Asia Pacific, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide Speaker: His Excellency Mr. Matti VANHANEN, Prime Minister, Finland Panelists: WAN Bentai, Chief Engineer, Ministry of Environmental Protection, China Jayoung KOO, President & CEO, SK Energy Steen RISGAARD, President & CEO, Novozymes A/S 13:00 - 16:00 TV Forum: The China Factor in the New Globalized Era (Gold Coast Hot Spring Hotel, Level 1, Boao Room) 15:00 - 17:30 International Financial Crisis and Cross-Straits Financial Cooperation (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom A) Financial experts and bankers from across the Taiwan Straits will explore the impact of the international financial crisis on the financial industries, lessons to be learned, ways of cooperation to deal with the crisis as well as the prospect of financial cooperation across the Straits. Co-Chairs: CHEN Jinhua, Honorary Chairman, China Federation of Enterprises; Chief Advisor, Boao Forum for Asia Fredrick CHIEN, Senior Advisor, Cross-Strait Common Market Foundation 15:00 - 16:30 Financial Crisis and International Tourism (ICC, Level 1, Dong Yu Grand Ballroom B) The global financial crisis has brought major challenges to the world’s tourism industry. Against such a background, it is crucial for government officials and tourism industry practitioners to assess the impact and challenges, leverage on favorable conditions and 2010-04-29 Page-10
  11. 11. potential opportunities, seek channels of cooperation and explore policy options and measures to stimulate tourism development, thereby facilitating the global economic recovery. Moderator: Angela Chow, Presenter, Phoenix TV Panelists: Geoffrey LIPMAN, Assistant Secretary-General, World Tourism Organization SHAO Qiwei, Chairman, China National Tourism Administration Yoshiaki HOMPO, Commissioner, Japan Tourism Agency, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Sastihara PICHAICHANNARONG, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism and Sport, Thailand CHEN Cheng, Vice Governor, Hainan Provincial Government GAI Zhixin, Chairman, China International Travel Service Group Co. Ltd. 16:30 - 17:00 Break 17:00 - 18:00 Boao TV Debate: The Next Competitive Edge of Asia (Sofitel Hotel, Oriental Theatre, 1st Floor) As export-led models and foreign capital flows become less viable, it is now imperative for Asian economies to seek out and build their own competitive advantages. What critical transformation and structural adjustments does Asia need to undertake to stand on its own feet? Should central planners rather than private enterprise pave the way ahead? In an age of protectionism, what can finance Asia’s next growth – domestic consumption, innovation, human capital? Moderator: Martin SOONG, Anchor, CNBC Panelists: Susan WHITING, Vice Chair, The Nielsen Company XU Xiaonian, Professor, China Europe International Business School John RUTLEDGE, Former Financial Advisor of U.S. Presidents FAN Gang, President, National Economic Research Institute, China 18:30 - 19:00 Press Conference (ICC, Level 1, Peacock I) 18:30 - 20:00 Farewell Dinner (Sofitel Hotel, River Ranch BBQ Restaurant) 20:15 - 22:00 Farewell Party (ICC, Level 2, Main Hall) Performed by: Benshan Media ZHAO Benshan Xiao Shen Yang 2010-04-29 Page-11