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.
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Shanghai to lure more foreign talent

Shanghai will step up efforts to improve its economic structure for sustainable growth by fostering opening-up in high-technology sectors and luring more global talent.
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A fruitful day for Shanghai Mayor and his IBLAC friends

Members of the International Business Leaders’ Advisory Council put forward valuable advice and suggestions as Shanghai sets a goal to become a global city of excellence.
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WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell with his messages to Shanghai

Sir Martin Sorrell, WPP's CEO shared his view on the global city of excellence.
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PwC Global Chairman's messages to Shanghai

Bob Moritz, PwC Global Chairman shared his view on the global city of excellence and gave his point of view on how to fit One Belt, One Road in to Shanghai's aspirations.
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AIG China's President & CEO Eric Zheng with his message to Shanghai

Eric Zheng, President & CEO of AIG Insurance Co. China Ltd, gives his comments on the position of the Chinese market in AIG's global operation and business opportunities here.
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AIG's President & CEO Brian Duperreault with his message to Shanghai

AIG President & CEO Brian Duperreault shares his view on their decades-long relationship with IBLAC, and the position of the China market in his company's global operations.
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Shanghai key to unlock Yangtze River Delta region value in digital age

Shanghai will be key for the Yangtze River Delta region to make it a gateway to the Asian Pacific region, by leveraging its lead in digital technologies.
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Innovation helps cities master growth vertically

Urbanization raises many new questions. It is changing the face of our world: By the end of this century, 70 percent of the world population will be city-dwellers. 
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Bold steps along the Belt and Road could extend Shanghai's influence

As discussions continue around the Belt and Road initiative, Shanghai should consider ways of how to use its established financial resources.
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Education to nurture an ecosystem of genius

Shanghai will continues to grow and invent its future in these times of artificial intelligence and increasing urbanization.
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