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30 CEOs from China and US to hold dialogue during Xi's US visit

By Liang Jun (People's Daily Online)    15:56, September 18, 2015
30 CEOs from China and US to hold dialogue during Xi's US visit
Jack Ma of Alibaba and Tim Cook of Apple

A group of 30 CEOs of some of China's and America's biggest firms will attend a heavyweight business dialogue in Seattle on Sept. 23, which is the first stop of Chinese president Xi Jinping's visit to the U.S. between Sept. 22 and Sept. 25, Henry M. Paulson Jr announced on Sept. 16 (local time). 

Xi will be present at a roundtable hosted by Paulson, the former U.S. Treasury secretary, and deliver a speech. The attendees include 15 CEOs from China and 15 from the U.S.

The dialogue is co-sponsored by Paulson Foundation and the China International Trade Promotion Committee. It will provide opportunity to the Sino-US business leaders to discuss issues facing the two countries, challenges and opportunities, and to explore ways strengthening the Sino-US economic and trade relations.

President Xi will tour Microsoft Co. and Boeing Corp on the first leg of the U.S. visit.

The list of CEOs involved in the roundtable:

CEOs from China

Pony Ma of Tencent

Jack Ma of Alibaba

Lu Guanqiu of Wanxiang

Yang Yuanqing of Lenovo

Wang Yusuo of ENN Energy

Ma Zehua of China COSCO

Guan Qing of China State Construction

Wan Long of Shuanghui

Tian Guoli of Bank of China

Jiang Jianqing of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China

Pan Gang of Yili

Robin Li Yanhong of Baidu

Liang Haishan of Haier

Wang Jinshu of Shandong Yuhuang Chemical

Li Qiang of Tianjin Pipe

CEOs from America

Mary Barra of General Motors

Jeff Bezos of Amazon

Warren Buffet of Berkshire Hathaway

John Chambers of Cisco Systems

Tim Cook of Apple

Dave Cote of Honeywell

Bob Iger of The Walt Disney

Ellen Kullman of DuPont

Andrew Liveris of The Dow Chemical

Satya Nadella of Microsoft

Indra Nooyi of PEPSI

Dennis Muilenberg of Boeing

Tom Pritzker of Hyatt Hotels

Ginni Rometty of IBM

Howard Schultz of Starbucks

(For the latest China news, Please follow People's Daily on Twitter and Facebook)(Editor:Liang Jun,Bianji)

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