IBLAC

IBLAC stands for International Business Leaders’ Advisory Council. The IBLAC forum was initiated in 1989 by then Shanghai Mayor Zhu Rongji, who later became China’s premier. It has grown into an international think-tank for Shanghai mayors. Starting with 12 members from seven countries, its membership has since expanded to nearly 50 from 16 nations.
IBLAC stands for International Business Leaders’ Advisory Council. The IBLAC forum was initiated in 1989 by then Shanghai Mayor Zhu Rongji, who later became China’s premier. It has grown into an international think-tank for Shanghai mayors. Starting with 12 members from seven countries, its membership has since expanded to nearly 50 from 16 nations.
International forum shows resolve to engage business - China Opinion
Opinion

International forum shows resolve to engage business

Attendees discussed a variety of topics such as economic growth, public health and city governance against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic.
International business leaders and government officials confident of growth - China Economy News
Economy

International business leaders and government officials confident of growth

The International Business Leaders' Advisory Council held an online meeting with top Shanghai government officials on subjects of the city's epidemic control and economic growth.
Financial services and innovation go hand-in-hand - China Company News
Company

Financial services and innovation go hand-in-hand

Roy Gori, president and CEO of Manulife, suggests further liberalization of the financial sector as Shanghai becomes a global leader in innovation.
ABB advises Shanghai to develop innovation ecosystem - China Event News
Event

ABB advises Shanghai to develop innovation ecosystem

To promote development, the city should first create an attractive environment for high-tech companies, according to CEO and Chairman of ABB.
Mayor says Lingang New Area is attracting top companies - China Event News
Event

Mayor says Lingang New Area is attracting top companies

Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong says 1,329 companies have registered in the Lingang New Area, and 62 new projects with a total investment value of US$3.67 billion have been signed. 
IBLAC discusses competitiveness of Shanghai - China Economy News
Economy

IBLAC discusses competitiveness of Shanghai

Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong addressed the 31st International Business Leaders' Advisory Council on Sunday morning.
IBLAC meeting opens for bright ideas - China Economy News
Economy

IBLAC meeting opens for bright ideas

The International Business Leaders' Advisory Council, which gives foreign business titans a seat at the table of Shanghai mayors, kicked off its annual meeting on Sunday.
Promoting sustainable and inclusive growth for Shanghai - China Event News
Event

Promoting sustainable and inclusive growth for Shanghai

All megacities around the globe are facing complex challenges in demographic changes, environmental protection, social cohesion, cultural diversity, and educational shortages
The B2B approach to digital strategy - China Event News
Event

The B2B approach to digital strategy

Business-to-business executives know that what works in the consumer realm does not always apply to the B2B world. They require a different approach to digital strategy.
Power of data to build a world-class healthy city - China Event News
Event

Power of data to build a world-class healthy city

Shanghai has made remarkable progress in the realm of health care, cementing its position as a national leader. 
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