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Van R. Wood
Van R. Wood (Ph.D.),Professor of International Marketing Philip Morris Chair in International Business Virginia Commonwealth University. Van Wood is a specialist in international business having spent over 25 years involved in global marketing and trade. Dr. Wood was educated at the United States Merchant Marine Academy (spending one year as an officer aboard a U.S. merchant vessel with port destinations of Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong), the University of Washington...

Bernard Courtois
As the president and CEO of ITAC, the Information Technology Association of Canada, Bernard Courtois is an outspoken advocate for the deployment of information and communications technology tools to improve business productivity and to achieve our societal and public policy goals. Mr. Courtois was named ITAC's leader in January 2004. He is a lawyer with over 30 years experience in the telecommunications sector. He served in a variety of executive roles with Bell Canada...

Yang Fan
Yang Fan, the professor of China University of Political Science and Law,one of China's leading economists, discusses the different conceptions of what the RMB exchange rate is, the relationship between the exchange rate and changes in PRC domestic purchasing power, compares the speed of changes in the consumer price index and the exchange rate in the light of exchange rate changes over the past decade. Yang Fan is a researcher at the Macroeconomic Research Office of the...

Cai Jian
Deputy Director, Peking University Guanghua-Hyperion Business Performance Management Research Institute Education BS, Tsinghua University, 1997; MS (Intelligent Design Systems) University of Southern California, 1998; MS (Network) University of Southern California, 2000 PhD, University of Southern California,2002 Experiences 2005-current, Deputy Director, Guanghua-Hyperion Business Performance Management Institute of Peking University. 2003-current, Assistant...

Li Daokui
David Daokui Li is currently Mansfield Freeman Chair Professor of economics and the Director of Center for China in the World Economy (CCWE) at the School of Economics and Management of Tsinghua University. Professor Li holds a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University. Before joining Tsinghua, he had been on the faculty of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (1999-2004) and the University of Michigan (1992-1999). From 1997 to 1998, he was a National Fellow of...

Shen Minggao
Shen Minggao, chief economist of Citibank (China), vice president of Asia-Pacific economic and market research, and assistant professor of the China Center for Economic Research of Beijing University. He is a native of Tongxiang City, Zhejiang province. He was born in 1965. Dr. Shen received a doctorate in economics and a master's degree in international policy from Stanford University, a master's degree in development economics from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences,...

Sin-Yaw Wang
Vice President, Software Global & China Director, Sun China Engineering & Research Institute Sun Microsystems Inc. Sin-Yaw Wang has worked in the IT industry for over 20 years. A resident of Beijing, he is the Vice President of the Global Engineering Organization at Sun. His charter for Sun is to leverage global engineering talent and to capture market share in the dynamic Chinese IT industry. Before his appointment to the position of Vice President in March 2005, Sin-Yaw...

YAN JIEHE
Yan was born in 1960 in the coastal province of Jiangsu. He is the Chairman of boarding Unit, China Pacific Construction Group. Yan was ranked as China's second-richest man by analyst Hu Run with a personal wealth of US$1.25 billion in 2005. He is the youngest of nine children. His parents were schoolteachers. As the chaos of the Cultural Revolution exploded in the mid-1960s, Yan's family was sent to a poor village. In his 20s, Yan was a schoolteacher on track to become an...

MAO YUSHI
MAO, Yushi, founded the Unirule Institute of Economics with other four economists and acted as Director and Chairman of the Board. He was born on January 14, 1929 in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China. He graduated from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Shanghai University, 1950 and served as apprentice locomotive driver and engineer at Qiqihar Railway Administration 1950-55, then moved to the Railway Research Institute in Beijing as research engineer and fellow on...

CHEN WEIDIAN
Chen Weidian, Intel China President and Intel Global VP. Entering Intel in 1990, as General Manager in Southeast Asia District of Intel, in charge of marketing in Singapore and new markets in southeast Asia. In 1992, he was assigned business supervisor for Asia-Pacific District, in charge of clients, marketing, planning, information techniques and regional distributions in Asia-Pacific regions. In 1998, he was promoted as General Manger in North Asia Region, in charge of...
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