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Beijing event: Breakfast Seminar: G20, Asia Pacific's Role

This page illustrates all details about the networking event "Breakfast Seminar: G20, Asia Pacific's Role" in Beijing. If you are interested, you can apply via the web link at the bottom of this page.


Beijing Event detail

Organization
IBN - Indonesian Business Network
Date and time
2009-05-26, 8.00 AM
Location
BEIJING: Grand Millenium Hotel, 3rd Floor, Room Fortune 2 - 北京市朝阳区东三环中路7号. Tel: (10) 85876888
Description
Indonesian Business Network (An Embryo of Indonesian Chamber of Commerce) would like to invite you to our upcoming event on "G20; Asia Pacific's Role".

Day/Date: Tuesday, May 26th 2009
Venue: Grand Millenium Hotel, 3rd Floor, Room Fortune 2
Address: 北京市朝阳区东三环中路7号 ( Dong San Huan Zhong lu 7 hao )
Hotel’s phone number : (10) 85876888

Time: 08.00 am - 08.30 am Registration and Networking
08.30 am - 09.30 am Presentation
09.30 am - 10.00 am Q&A and closing.
Price: IBN Member Rmb200; Non Member Rmb300

Speakers:
1. Mr. Wiryono Sastrohandoyo
Mr. Sastrohandoyo will present Indonesia's potential roles in G20

Bio
Mr. Sastrohandoyo, previously ambassador to Australia and the Republic of Vanuatu, as well as France, is well versed in international affairs. Apart from being Ambassador to Austria and Director of Political Affairs at the Indonesian Foreign Ministry, he was also at the Indonesian Embassy in Argentina. He was appointed as Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies since January 2000 and has been decorated with several awards including the Grand Officier de l'Ordre National du Merite from France in 2006. He was also former Chief Negotiator for the Indonesian Government with the Aceh autonomy movement.

2. Mr. Stephen Joske, Director, The Economist Intelligence Unit's China Forecasting Service
Stephen will discuss China's rise of influence in the G20 arena.

Bio
Stephen Joske is based in Beijing and runs the Economist Intelligence Unit's new China Forecasting Service, providing unique analysis on the outlook for the Chinese economy at the provincial level. He was previously the senior representative in China for Australia's Treasury.

He also worked for a number of years as Senior Adviser on macroeconomic policy to the former Australian Treasurer, Peter Costello. Stephen has been visiting China since 1978, and has degrees in Economics and Asian Studies from the Australian national University.

Moderator by Mrs. Retnowati Abdulgani-Knapp

Mrs. Retnowati Abdulgani-Knapp an established writer whose books on Soeharto and her father the late Indonesian Statesman Roeslan Abdulgani has created debate and discussion in Indonesia. Mrs. Abdulgani-Knapp is also a business consultant who divides her time between Jakarta, Bangkok, Beijing and London. She has been interviewed by various international media including ABC, BBC, Bloomberg, International Herald Tribune, The Strait Times to mention a few.

email: ibn.beijing@gmail.com
Official link
www.ibn-china.com


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