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6-8 June 2013: Chengdu, People’s Republic of China

Program Overview

Conference Tracks

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY

GLOBAL FINANCE AND ECONOMIC RECOVERY

THE CHINA CENTURY

Wednesday, 5 June, 2013

12:00 REGISTRATION OPENS AT SHANGRI-LA HOTEL

18:00 –19:30 FORTUNE MOST POWERFUL WOMEN RECEPTION

Presented by J.P. Morgan and Zurich Insurance Group
This reception will open the Fortune Global Forum MPW activities bringing together the top women from multinational companies from around the world with some of China’s most successful and powerful female leaders in business, government, NGOs and other fields.

Thursday, 6 June, 2013

8:00 –10:00 FORTUNE MPW NETWORKING BREAKFAST: WOMEN, POWER AND THE EMERGING WORLD

Presented by J.P. Morgan and Zurich Insurance Group

NETWORKING BREAKFAST
Introduction: Jing Ulrich, Managing Director and Chairman of Global Markets – China, JPMorgan Chase

INTERVIEW
Yang Lan, Chairperson, Sun Media Group
Moderator: Stephanie Mehta, Deputy Managing Editor, Fortune

MPW PANEL: CROUCHING TIGERS
Studies show Women in BRIC and UAE countries are gaining more education than their male counterparts—and they are more ambitious than their female peers in mature economies. But they often face social and cultural systems that complicate their ambitions. The challenges are vast, but finding ways to accommodate and encourage these women is key—they are the stars of tomorrow, and they will gravitate to the most progressive and creative employers.

Confirmed panelists:
Deborah Lehr, Vice Chair, Paulson Institute
Bridgette Radebe, Executive Chairperson, Mmakau Mining
Huaying Zhang, Vice President, Sustainability for Greater China and Korea, The Coca-Cola Company

Moderator:
Jennifer Reingold, Senior Editor, Fortune

8:30 –11:30 CHENGDU BUSINESS TOURS: HIGH TECHNOLOGY AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

Visit sophisticated local business operations that are leveraging the power of Chengdu’s advanced infrastructure, recruiting/training world-class talent via innovative partnerships with higher education institutions, and incubating new products and processes that can be applied on a global basis. Sites will include state-of-the-art facilities at Intel and Volvo Cars

Tour A: Chengdu Exhibition Center, Chengdu Tianfu Software Park, and Intel
Tour B: Chengdu Exhibition Center, Chengdu Tianfu Software Park, and Volvo Advanced Manufacturing Plant

9:00 –12:00 FORTUNE/CCTV ROUNDTABLE

Global Business Shift: Tapping into Emerging Economies
CCTV’s Dialogue, China’s leading business show that is watched weekly by tens of millions of viewers, will join forces with Fortune to explore the rise of emerging economies as the engines of global economic growth and innovation. CCTV’s Dialogue will host two 80-minute broadcast sessions featuring a selection of global business leaders and government. Together, they will delve into the mechanics, trends and opportunities presented by this global business shift.

Part 1: China and Other Emerging Economies
Confirmed panelists:
Jeffrey Katzenberg, Chief Executive Officer, DreamWorks Animation SKG
Li Dongsheng, Chairman, TCL Multimedia Technology Holdings
Stefano Pessina, Executive Chairman, Alliance Boots
Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune
Wang Jianlin, Chairman, Dalian Wanda Group

Part 2: The Rise of the Western Part of China
Confirmed panelists:
Ge Honglin, Mayor, Chengdu
Ellen Kullman, Chair and CEO, DuPont
Bruno Lafont, Chairman and CEO, Lafarge
Li Shufu, Founder and CEO, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group

Moderator: Chen Weihong, Anchor, CCTV

11:30 –12:30 Lunch

12:30 –14:30 SPECIAL ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

Choice of concurrent sessions

TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION AND THE EMERGING WORLD
How global technology providers are changing the emerging world… and how the emerging world is changing technology.

Part 1: Tech for the Bottom of the Pyramid
How technology providers are innovating and developing products for the emerging world, and how these innovations are finding their way back into core products on a global basis.
Confirmed discussion leaders:
Jeffrey Immelt, Chairman and CEO, GE
Renee James, President, Intel Corp.
Frans van Houten, President and CEO, Royal Philips Electronics N.V.
Moderator: Adam Lashinsky, Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune

Part 2: Job Creation and Sustainability
Technology providers don’t just make products and goods for the developing world; they create jobs and proliferate innovative values. What models are working and are scalable?
Confirmed discussion leaders:
Lei Jun, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Xiaomi Tech
Dinesh Paliwal, Chairman, President and CEO, Harman International
Jim Hagemann Snabe, Co-Chief Executive Officer, SAP AG
Moderator: Kristie Lu Stout, Anchor, CNN International

Part 3: Lessons from the Original “Mobile First” World
The rest of the world is catching up to the mobile-centric ways of the emerging world. As companies that grew up in a wired world try to reinvent themselves as “mobile first” businesses, what lessons can they draw from markets that have long catered to a mobile-only consumer?
Confirmed discussion leaders:
Guo Ping, Deputy Chairman of the Board, and Rotating CEO, Huawei Technologies
Steve Mollenkopf, President and COO, Qualcomm
Moderator: Stephanie Mehta, Deputy Managing Editor, Fortune

12:30 –14:30 EDUCATION TO EMPLOYMENT: DESIGNING A SYSTEM THAT WORKS

Hosted by McKinsey & Company
Around the world, governments and businesses face a conundrum: high levels of youth unemployment and a shortage of job seekers with critical skills. How can countries, including China, successfully move their young people from education to employment? What are the challenges? Which interventions work and how can these be scaled-up? Session will include lunch.

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Ellen Kullman, Chair and CEO, DuPont
Li-Kai Chen, Partner, McKinsey & Company
Lu Mai, Secretary-General, China Development Research Foundation
Xu Xiaoping, Founder and Managing Partner, Zhenfund
Moderator: Rik Kirkland, Senior Managing Editor, McKinsey & Company

13:00 –14:30 Special Roundtable Discussions

THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION
Presented by Volvo Cars

The global transportation industry is going through a dramatic transformation. With high oil prices and climate change concerns, governments and the private sector are working together to create new, sustainable transportation systems. How will the automobile adapt to a low-carbon world of 9 billion people? What are the opportunities to harness big data to link with mass transits systems? How will road, rail, air and water transportation adapt, evolve and integrate?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Michael Dunne, President, Dunne & Co.; Author, American Wheels, Chinese Roads
Rolf Habben-Jansen, Chief Executive Officer, Damco
Lex Kerssemakers, Senior Vice President Product Strategy, Volvo Car Corp.
Giuseppe Recchi, Chairman, ENI
Jay Walder, Chief Executive Officer, MTR Corporation Ltd.
Wang Yinxiang, Vice Chairman, Air China
Moderator:
Brian Dumaine, Senior Editor at Large, and Co-chair 2013 Global Forum, Fortune
Introduction:
Håkan Samuelsson, President and CEO, Volvo Car Corp.

GLOBAL INVESTMENT STRATEGIES IN AN ERA OF RISK
Presented by Zurich Insurance Group
Following five years of turmoil and volatility in the global economy, we are beginning to experience some level of stability and even growth in certain sectors. Yet significant political, institutional and collective risks prevail—the economy, the environment, technology, health, etc. In our hyper-connected global economy, what investment strategies should business leaders pursue to seize growth opportunities while managing their risk?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Victor Chu,
Chairman, First Eastern Investment Group
Ken Courtis
, Founding Partner, Themes Investment Management
Geoff Riddell, Regional Chairman, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Zurich Insurance Group
Ralph Schlosstein, President and CEO, Evercore Partners
Jing Ulrich, Managing Director and Chairman of Global Markets – China, JPMorgan Chase
Richard Waugh, Chief Executive Officer, Scotiabank
Moderator: Geoff Colvin, Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune

15:00 –15:15 OPENING SESSION

China is in the midst of monumental changes that will define its future and shape the course of global business for the rest of the 21st century. What has contributed to this inflection point and what are the building blocks for China’s New Future?

Introduction and overview: Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune

Welcome remarks:
Wang Dongming, Secretary, CPC Sichuan, Provincial Committee;
Chairman of Standing Committee Sichuan Provincial People’s
Congress, People’s Republic of China

15:15 –16:05 NEW RULES FOR BUSINESS: GLOBAL 500 LEADERS LOOK AHEAD

China’s economy is shifting, much of Europe is stuck in a recession, Japan is targeting inflation, and the U.S. is merely crawling along. Where is the global economy headed and what new trends will generate growth? What strategies are Global 500 leaders implementing to survive and thrive in this new reality?

Confirmed panelists:
Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO, The Coca-Cola Company
Yuanqing Yang, Chairman and CEO, Lenovo Group Ltd.
Moderator: Geoff Colvin, Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune

16:05 –16:30 KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Tony Blair, Former Prime Minister, United Kingdom

Moderator: Geoff Colvin, Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune

16:30 –17:20 TAPPING INTO CHINA’S CHANGING CULTURE: AN FGF TOWNHALL

In China, mass market tastes—especially among the younger generation—are changing fast as urbanization, technology and travel remake consumer experiences and demands. Local companies are fast creating brands and ideas that have a place in China and in the world. How are tastes changing in China and in the world? How does this affect the China market? What exciting new innovations lie ahead?

Confirmed panelists:
Angela Ahrendts, Chief Executive Officer, Burberry
Robert Iger, President, CEO, and Director, The Walt Disney Co
Wang Jianlin, Chairman, Dalian Wanda Group
Confirmed commentators:
Janet Yang, President, Janet Yang Productions
Victor Yuan, Founder and CEO, Horizon
Moderators:
Joshua Cooper Ramo, Vice Chairman, Kissinger Associates
Kristie Lu Stout, Anchor, CNN International

17:20 –17:45 FREE TIME

17:45 –18:15 TRANSPORTATION TO OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION AND DINNER

18:15 –21:45 WELCOMING RECEPTION, KEYNOTE, AND GALA DINNER

Keynote speaker:
His Excellency Zhang Gaoli
Executive Vice Premier and Member, Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee
People’s Republic of China

Welcome and introduction:
Jeffrey Bewkes, Chairman and CEO, Time Warner, Inc.
The Honorable Cai Mingzhao, Minister, State Council Information Office, People’s Republic of China

21:45 –22:15 RETURN TO HOTEL

Transportation will be provided from the Gala Dinner to the Shangri-La and Jinjiang Hotels

Friday, 7 June, 2013

8:30 –8:45 SPOTLIGHT: ECONOMIC REFORM IN CHINA

Speaker: Henry M. Paulson Jr., Former U.S. Treasury Secretary; Chairman, The Paulson Institute

Moderator: Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune

8:45 –9:30 CHINA’S CHANGING ECONOMY

China needs to move its economy away from exports and toward consumption. What reforms can we expect and what will be the impact of this tectonic shift? Will the Chinese population be willing to spend more and save less in a country where the social safety net barely exists? How will this shift impact the global commodities market, urbanization and environmental challenges in China and beyond?

Confirmed panelists:
Dominic Barton, Global Managing Director, McKinsey & Company
Cai Hongbin, Dean, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University
Alex Gorsky, Chairman and CEO, Johnson & Johnson
Henry M. Paulson Jr., Former U.S. Treasury Secretary; Chairman, The Paulson Institute

Moderator: Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow, Jackson Institute of Global Affairs, Yale University

9:30 –10:15 INNOVATION: BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

With the world population set to reach 9 billion by mid-century, today’s business leaders need to create a new set of rules and tools that will allow their corporations to grow without stressing the earth’s resources. What are the new business models, R&D methodologies and disruptive technologies that will lead companies and countries on a more sustainable path?

Confirmed panelists:
Fu Chengyu, Chairman, Sinopec
Jeffrey Immelt, Chairman and CEO, GE
Ellen Kullman, Chair and CEO, DuPont
Moderator: Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune

10:15 –10:45 REFRESHMENT BREAK

10:45 –11:30 THE NEXT HIGH TECH WAVE

The Internet is ubiquitous, and mobility is not far behind. What are the next new trends that will drive growth in technology? What industries will be disrupted by technology next—education, agriculture, transportation, energy? Moreover where will new innovation hubs emerge and who will provide the capital?  

Confirmed panelists:
Joe Lonsdale, Partner, Formation8, Founder, Palantir and Addepar
Andy Mok, Founder and CEO, Red Pagoda Resources
Wang Chaoyong
, Founder and CEO, China Equity Group
Moderator: Adam Lashinsky, Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune

11:30 –11:40 SPOTLIGHT: STARTLING, ORIGINAL AND PROVOCATIVE

Dancer, choreographer, actress and founder of the Shanghai Jin Xing Dance Theater, Jin Xing is a pioneer not only in the world of dance, but as one of the first transgender women recognized in China. Her name, translated literally as golden star, resonates with her story and her work. As a cultural icon and advocate of gender equality, Jin Xing generates a new discussion on openness and inclusiveness in a society trying to bridge tradition and modernity.
Speaker:
Jin Xing, Founder, Shanghai Jin Xing Dance Theatre
Moderator: Jaime FlorCruz, China Chairman, 2013 Fortune Global Forum, and CNN Beijing Bureau Chief

11:40 –11:50 SWITCH BREAK

11:50 –12:50 GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE AND VIEWPOINTS

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE: WINNING IN THE CHINA MARKET
Presented by Air China
China’s shift toward domestic consumption will create opportunities for both foreign and domestic brands to sell products in China. Luxury goods are in demand, and China’s 350-million-strong middle class is displaying a growing appetite for cars, clothes, and travel. How are the best Chinese companies building their businesses? What do foreign brands need to do to compete?

Confirmed panelists:
Victor Chu, Chairman, First Eastern Investment Group
François-Henri Pinault, Chairman and CEO, Kering (formerly PPR)
Sir Martin Sorrell, Group Chief Executive, WPP
Victor Yuan, Founder and CEO, Horizon
Moderator: Joshua Cooper Ramo, Vice Chairman, Kissinger Associates
Introduction: Wang Yinxiang, Vice Chairman, Air China

VIEWPOINT: CHINA’S SOFT POWER: GLOBAL INFLUENCE AND PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
How does a nation build its global influence and image in the world? Why have some countries been so successful in projecting their “soft power” while others have struggled? China has an impressive story to tell yet, as it flexes its “soft power”, it also faces some image challenges that must be overcome. How will China wield its “soft power” and what does this mean for the geopolitics and economics of the 21st century?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Yukon Huang, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment’s Asia Program
Jon Huntsman, Former U.S. Ambassador to China
Zhao Qizheng, Vice Chairman, Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference; Dean of the School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University
Moderator: Zoher Abdoolcarim, Asia Editor, TIME International

VIEWPOINT: CONNECTING WITH WOMEN IN THE EMERGING WORLD
They are your customers, your employees and perhaps even the government leaders of cities or countries you are seeking to enter. Women truly are an important force in the emerging world, and it is crucial that business leaders understand their values, their challenges and their perspectives. What strategies work best and how do companies navigate the nuances across different markets?

Welcoming remarks:
Li Xiaolin, President, The Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Sheri McCoy, Chief Executive Officer, Avon Products
Linda McMahon, Owner and former CEO, World Wrestling Entertainment
Peggy Yu Yu, Chairwoman, Dang Dang
Moderator: Jennifer Reingold, Senior Editor, Fortune

VIEWPOINT: UNLEASHING CORPORATE CHINA: SOEs AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISE
China’s State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) have been an integral part of China’s development for the past 30 years, creating wealth and jobs for millions of people.  Yet some experts believe that SOEs make it difficult for private companies to launch, compete and grow.  What changes are needed in the system and how can Beijing create a more level playing field? Are private-public partnerships the solution? Is there sufficient will for reform and, if so, who will champion it? 

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Chen Dongsheng, Chairman, Taikang Life
Ling Wen, Chief Executive Officer, Shenhua Energy Company
Song Zhiping, Chairman, China National Building Materials and China Pharmaceuticals
Wang Zhile, Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Commerce
Moderator: Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow, Jackson Institute of Global Affairs, Yale University

VIEWPOINT: CAN CHINA BE ENERGY INDEPENDENT?
Presented by DuPont
With increasing available oil reserves and new access to natural gas, the U.S. could become energy-independent of the Middle East for the first time. China might have even bigger shale gas reserves than the U.S. and their clean energy industry has recently emerged from a major reshuffle. Looking ahead, will China ever produce enough reliable energy to be self-sufficient? What is the path to energy independence while managing the increasingly concerning air quality challenges?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Matt Fox, Executive Vice President, Exploration and Production, ConocoPhillips
S. Ming Sung, Chief Representative Asia-Pacific, Clean Air Task Force
Felix Zhang, Co-founder and President, Envision Energy
Moderator: Brian Dumaine, Senior Editor-at-Large, and Co-chair, 2013 Global Forum, Fortune

VIEWPOINT: TECH TRENDS: THE FUTURE OF HARDWARE
How smart is the smartphone (or the tablet or the PC)? With more and more intelligence moving to networks and software, how will the device of the future differentiate itself? Do devices run the risk of becoming “dumb” terminals—or does tech stagnate without hardware innovation?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Chen Xudong, Senior Vice President, Lenovo Group, and President, Lenovo China
Lei Jun, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Xiaomi Tech
Steve Milligan, President and CEO, Western Digital
Moderator: David Whitford, Editor-at-Large, Fortune

12:50 –14:10 NETWORKING LUNCH

14:10 –15:10 GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE AND VIEWPOINTS

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE: WHAT’S AHEAD FOR EMERGING MARKETS? Over the last decade, the majority of the growth has occurred in the so-called BRICS: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa—but growth has slowed. What’s the outlook for these economies and can they sustain growth? Who are the new leaders and how can multinational corporations capitalize on these increasingly important markets? Which factor is most likely to slow progress in emerging markets: a shortage of skilled workers, too much red tape and corruption, or fierce local competition?

Confirmed panelists:
John Faraci, Chairman and CEO, International Paper Co.
Joseph Jimenez, Chief Executive Officer, Novartis AG
Peter Sands, Group Chief Executive, Standard Chartered PLC
Michael Smith, Chief Executive Officer, ANZ Bank
Moderator: Rana Foroohar, Assistant Managing Editor, TIME Magazine

VIEWPOINT: THE CHINESE TOURIST
A record 50 million Chinese traveled outside China in 2010 and hundreds of millions of locals flock to the country’s top tourist hot spots throughout the year. Mainland Chinese customers generate roughly one-third of Gucci and Prada’s worldwide sales and about 30% of luxury purchases occur while consumers travel. Chinese tourists are reshaping the industry as airlines, hotels, recreation parks, and brands scramble to offer them a unique and positive experience. What are the opportunities to cater to this growing cadre of well-heeled world travelers in China and abroad?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Fan Min, Co-founder, Vice Chairman and President, Ctrip
Vincent Lo, Chairman, Shui On Group
Frits van Paasschen, President and CEO, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide
Moderator: Ellana Lee, Vice President and Managing Editor, CNN International Asia Pacific

VIEWPOINT: DO YOU KNOW WHO YOUR SUPPLIERS REALLY ARE?
Presented by DuPont
Traceability is an emerging challenge still flying under the radar of most leaders’ consciousness. With most products’ footprint found in the supply chain, knowing what suppliers are doing is vital to a business trying to lower costs, manage risk, and build brand identity. How can a business or brand track and trace materials, parts, or components across its global supply chain? What are the upsides and who is currently doing this well?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Brian Kelley, President and CEO, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Ma Jun, Founder and Director, Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs
Geoff Riddell, Regional Chairman Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Zurich Insurance Group
Moderator: Jib Ellison, Founder and CEO, Blu Skye Sustainability Consulting

VIEWPOINT: CAN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY BE KEPT SAFE?
As the economy becomes more global, corporations have ramped up their efforts to protect their intellectual property, whether it’s a piece of software, a design for a new router, or the latest box office hit. What are the best-in-class strategies for keeping IP safe and preventing cyber-breaches; particularly as cloud computing becomes more ubiquitous?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Tony Chen, Partner and Head, China Intellectual Property Practice, Jones Day
Christopher Dodd, Chairman and CEO, Motion Picture Association of America
Victor Lee, Producer, Bussinessman and Writer
Wan Tao, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, iyiyun.com
Moderator: Kenneth Lieberthal, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Program, Global Economy and Development Program, John L. Thornton China Center Director, The Brookings Institution

VIEWPOINT: HOW SOCIAL MEDIA IS CHANGING BUSINESS
China has more than 500 million Chinese Internet users, twice the number of wired Americans. These Chinese users reportedly spend 46 minutes a day visiting social-media sites and are changing how their society does everything from viewing the news to shopping. While China’s weibos are thriving, the exuberance of their American counterparts has faded. How is social media changing China and what are the new opportunities? What can Western tech companies learn from their counterparts in the East?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Tim Armstrong, Chairman and CEO, AOL
Charles Chao, President and CEO, SINA Corporation
Dele Liu, President, Youku Tudou
Neil Shen, Founding Managing Partner, Sequoia Capital China
Moderator: Yang Lan, Chairperson, Sun Media Group

15:10 –15:20 SWITCH BREAK

15:20 –16:05 RETHINKING OUR CITIES

Today, for the first time, more Chinese live in cities than in the countryside. This trend is happening throughout the developing world. How will we design the cities of tomorrow to allow billions to live, drive, eat, and work sustainably? What new technologies and design concepts—from big data to smart buildings—can be applied to make our urban centers greener and more livable? How do we apply smart city concepts to second- and third-tier cities?

Confirmed panelists:
David Cote, Chairman and CEO, Honeywell
Jean-Pascal Tricoire, Chairman and CEO, Schneider Electric
Zhang Yue, Chairman and CEO, Broad Group
Moderator: Brian Dumaine, Senior Editor-at-Large and Co-chair, 2013 Global Forum, Fortune 

16:05 –16:15 ANIMATING THE FUTURE: MADE IN CHINA, FOR CHINA, AND BEYOND

What started as a passion for Chinese film has evolved into an innovative joint venture with creative collaboration across the Pacific. Combining U.S. film-making expertise with the talent of China’s burgeoning animation industry, this new venture will create entertainment in China, for China and, ultimately, for the world.
Confirmed speakers:

Jeffrey Katzenberg, Chief Executive Officer, DreamWorks Animation SKG
Jennifer Yuh Nelson, Director, Kung Fu Panda 2 and Kung Fu Panda 3

16:15 –17:00 GLOBAL GO-TO-MARKET STRATEGIES

Building a strong global business can take decades and cost billions in investment. There is much debate about how to go global: Is it more profitable to be in every country or to focus on a handful of key markets? How should companies address local culture and market nuances? As a growing number of Chinese and emerging market companies enter international markets, what strategies are likely to work best? What new technologies and business models are on the horizon to facilitate this process?

Confirmed panelists:
Carlos Brito, Chief Executive Officer, Anheuser-Busch InBev
Pankaj Ghemawat, Anselmo Rubiralta Professor of Global Strategy, IESE Business School, Barcelona
Carlos Gutierrez, Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce
Li Shufu, Founder and CEO, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group
Moderator: Geoff Colvin, Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune 

17:00 –18:00 FREE TIME

18:00 –18:30 TRANSPORTATION TO RECEPTION AND DINNER

18:30 –22:00 RECEPTION, DINNER AND NIGHTCAP

Location: Kuanzhai Xiangzi

Hosted by Sichuan Province and the City of Chengdu, guests will enjoy an extraordinary evening in the historic Kuanzhai Xiangzi district. A place that blends the architecture and ambiance of old Chengdu City with modern style and energy, where past and present, local and global, it is where fast and slow elements of Chengdu life meet.

Welcome:
Huang Xinchu, Party Secretary, CPC Chengdu Municipal Committee
Wang Dongming, Party Secretary, Sichuan Province
Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune

22:00 –22:30 TRANSPORTATION TO SHANGRI-LA AND JINJIANG HOTELS

Saturday, 8 June, 2013

8:30 –9:20 GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE AND VIEWPOINTS

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE: MEET THE FUTURE: CHINA’S ENTREPRENEURS
Five of China’s most innovative emerging companies give their elevator pitches to a panel of notable venture capitalists, who evaluate each contestant. The winner will be the company that gets the most audience votes for best idea and most attractive investment.

Confirmed contestants:
Gong Haiyan, Founder and co-Chair, Jiayuan; Founder, 91waijiao.com
Hao Xu, CEO & Co-Founder, Camera360
Renqian “Jecky” Ye, Co-founder and CEO, Hawk Eye
Zhan Hai, Co-Founder & CEO, Eayun
Yusheng Zhang, Founder and CEO, Apricot Forest

Confirmed judges:
Steve Bell, Managing General Partner, Trilogy Ventures China, LLC
Andy Mok, Founder and CEO, Red Pagoda Resources
Neil Shen, Founding Managing Partner, Sequoia Capital China
Wang Chaoyong, President and CEO, China Equity Group
Xu Xiaoping, Founder and Managing Partner, Zhenfund
Moderator: Adam Lashinsky, Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune

VIEWPOINT: WHAT’S NEXT FOR RURAL CHINA?
Two hundred million Chinese are constantly on the move seeking work and new lives in China’s urban centers. This massive migration has created opportunities for migrants but it is also causing enormous strain on urban centers, infrastructure and social fabric. How will China’s urbanization impact this country’s vast rural population? How will China’s demographic shifts shape China’s future and what are the best strategies for meeting the needs of rural China? What are the opportunities for Chinese and multi-national companies in this shift from rural to urban China?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Liu Hanyuan, Board Chairman, Tongwei Group
Peter Luo, Founder and CEO, Peter’s Tex-Mex
Ning Tang, Founder and CEO, CreditEase
Moderator: Yukon Huang, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment’s Asia Program

VIEWPOINT: CORPORATE RISK AND CLIMATE CHANGE
Presented by Zurich Insurance Group
Globally, governments have failed to reach an agreement on climate change. Traditional activist groups are putting pressure as never before on corporations to change their business practices. Public awareness of environmental harm is increasing, and consumers are using their buying power to boycott unsustainable goods and services. What are the implications as corporations look to more sustainable ways of operating? How can companies manage their risk and minimize their cost of adapting to climate change?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Douglas Baker, Chairman and CEO, Ecolab
Samir Brikho, Chief Executive, AMEC
Xie Zhenhua, Vice Minister, National Development and Reform Commission
Zhang Yue, Chairman and CEO, Broad Group
Moderator: Brian Dumaine, Senior Editor-at-Large and Co-chair, 2013 Global Forum, Fortune

VIEWPOINT: THE FOOD DILEMMA
Presented by DuPont
As China’s people become more affluent, demands for agriculturally intensive foods like meat and poultry have surged in recent decades. With only 7% of China’s land arable, this demand puts an enormous strain on a food system that needs to feed 1.3 billion people daily. Meanwhile, increasing urbanization is resulting in dietary changes that rely on convenience foods, raising nutrition and health concerns. Concurrently, frequent episodes of contamination have made food safety a leading concern in the country. How are these developments affecting the industry? Can new technologies help China and the world feed itself sustainably, affordably, and nutritiously? What will it take to overcome food safety issues?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
Dhanin Chearavanont, Chairman and CEO, Charoen Pokphand Group
Gordon Orr, Director and Chairman of McKinsey Asia, McKinsey & Company 
Georges Plassat, Chairman and CEO, Carrefour
Moderator: Tian Wei, Host and moderator, CCTV

VIEWPOINT: OPENING HEARTS AND WALLETS
In the past 30 years, we’ve seen the remarkable rise of China’s wealthy class and a massive accumulation of personal fortunes. The widening wealth gaps, enormous social needs, and recent natural disasters seemed to rekindle an interest in charity nationwide. However, charities and the philanthropic sector in China are still in the nascent stage. What are the catalysts to giving in China? What are the social, cultural, and institutional barriers for wider adoption? What lessons can Chinese business and philanthropic leaders learn from their Western counterparts, and vice versa?

Confirmed discussion leader:
Rupert Hoogewerf, Publisher, The Hurun Report and Hurun Philanthropy List
Yao Ming, Athlete, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist
Wang Zhenyao, Dean, China Philanthropy Research Institute, Beijing Normal University
Moderator: Doug Guthrie, Dean, George Washington University School of Business; Vice President for University China Operations

9:20 –9:35 SWITCH BREAK

9:35 –10:20 GROWTH AND CONFLICT IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC

Greater economic interdependence has produced unprecedented dynamism that has created common interests and made Asia a central driver of global growth.  But security issues, including territorial disputes and a changing balance of power, are raising tensions and jeopardizing the positive economic story. How will these forces play out? What policies will produce strategic stability that fosters economic growth?  What are the prospects for integration and division in this vital region?

Confirmed panelists:
Jon Huntsman, Former U.S. Ambassador to China
Yang Jiemian, President, Shanghai Institute for International Studies
Moderator: Kenneth Lieberthal, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Program, Global Economy and Development Program, John L. Thornton China Center Director, The Brookings Institution

10:20 –10:35 SPOTLIGHT: UNDERSTANDING CHINA’S GENERATION WHY

Today’s Chinese youth have very different attitudes than their parents. They have grown up with social media, and expect a more open society and a freer flow of information. They also desire many of the products and services common in the rich nations. How can business best reach these new consumers? What are their dreams and frustrations?

Speakers:
Qin Yuefei, Village Chief, Hejiashan Village, Hunan Province
Yu Wenxia, Miss World 2012
Moderator: Li Yifei, China Country Chair, Man Group

10:35 –11:30 THE RISE OF THE WEST

The western provinces are now the fastest-growing region in China. Cities such as Chengdu, with a population of 14 million, have become centers for high-tech, automotive, finance, and other industries. More than 200 Fortune Global 500 companies now operate in Chengdu, which has built a world-class infrastructure for trade. What are the opportunities and special challenges for operating in China’s dynamic new frontier? What can we learn from regions in other countries that have done this kind of expansion well?

Introduction:
Wei Hong, Governor, Sichuan Province
Panelists:
Ge Honglin, Mayor, Chengdu
Fan Gang, Director, National Economic Research Institute
Liew Mun Leong, Founding President, Capitaland Group, and Chairman, Changi Airport Group
Liu Yonghao
, Chairman, New Hope Group
Moderator: Jaime FlorCruz, China Chairman, 2013 Fortune Global Forum, and CNN Beijing Bureau Chief

11:30 –11:45 ONE ON ONE WITH ROBIN LI

Speaker:
Robin Li, Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO, Baidu
Moderator:
Stephanie Mehta, Deputy Managing Editor, Fortune

11:45 –12:30 REWRITING THE GLOBAL RULE BOOK

Today’s CEOs are finding the world of international commerce increasingly difficult to navigate. What new rules are needed to simplify the demands of cross-border business? This panel will discuss the macroeconomic policies—both fiscal and monetary—, trade regulations, and intellectual property rights that would best promote world trade and a more stable global financial system. What will be the roles of the U.S., China and other emerging markets in shaping this brave-new regulatory world?

Confirmed discussion leaders:
David Daokui Li, Mansfield Freeman Professor of Economics, School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University
Robert Mundell, Nobel Laureate in Economics and University Professor, Columbia University
Yan Qingmin, Vice Chairman, China Banking Regulatory Commission
Moderator: Bill Powell, China Editor, Reuters

12:30 –12:45 CLOSING SESSION: DEFINING GLOBAL EXCELLENCE

Speaker: Yao Ming, Athlete, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist
Moderator: Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune

12:45 –14:00 INFORMAL LUNCHEON

13:15 –14:30 MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES IN CHINA: THE LOCAL VIEW

Fortune will gather China-based regional presidents of multinational companies to share views and exchange ideas on the current realities, opportunities, and challenges of doing business in China today. This on-the-record session will inform Fortune’s editorial coverage of China.

Participants:
Regional Presidents from multinational companies operating in China

Moderator: David Whitford, Editor-at-Large, Fortune
Introduction: Tom Gorman, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, Fortune China

This roundtable will take place in a private room without an audience

Sunday, 9 June, 2013

8:00 –16:00 SICHUAN 2008 EARTHQUAKE DISASTER AND RECOVERY ZONE TOUR

Transportation will depart from the Shangri-La and Jinjiang Hotels at 08:00