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Cambridge Chinese New Year Reception and 48 Group Club Icebreaker Lecture:

Copenhagen, the Implications for China 

17.30 on 11 Feb 2010

Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

The third of a series of lectures hosted by The Rt Hon John Prescott MP, the previous lectures were in Hong Kong at the British Consulate on Sept 3rd 2009 and in Xiamen at CIFIT, the world's largest Trade and Investment Fair (60,000 delegates) on Sept 8th 2009

A panel discussion will follow, panellists to be announced shortly and will include Professor Lin Bo Qiang who is currently responsible for developing an energy strategy study for the “twelve five years plan” for the National Development and Reform Commission of China (NDRC).

This lecture is free to attend but spaces are limited so we invite to you to apply for a place stating your area of interest / expertise by emailing admin@marchpublishing.co.uk

Sponsorship opportunities are available, packages including a seat on the panel discussion and VIP front section auditorium seats reserved for sponsors' / supporters' guests. To enquire click here

Sponsors and supporters include The 48 Group Club, UK Trade & Investment, The Judge Business School, Taylor Vinters Solicitors,The China-Britain Business Council and Finnair, the fast airline to Asia.

In Hong Kong, on Sept 3rd 2009, Consul-General Andrew Seaton welcomed the Rt Hon John Prescott MP, Patron of the 48 Group Club, to deliver an Icebreaker lecture on the theme of "Copenhagen, the implications for Commerce". Notable guests included Bernard Fung (CEO of AON), C.K. Tsang (TPG), Bernard Pouliot (Quam), Jeff Tucker (March Publishing), Bryan Wong (Lark), Claire Fedder (PCCW), Weber Su (CSV), Suzi-Kay Jacoel (Artheke), numerous "Young Icebreakers" and senior representatives from the Hong Kong business community. A networking reception followed.

In Xiamen, China John Prescott was joined by Prof Alan Barrell, Prof Li Ning and Prof Lin Bo Qiang. The following day John Prescott was made an Honorary Professor of Xiamen University and delivered the prestigious Nanqing (Strength of the South) Lecture.

 

LIN BO QIANG                                                       

LBQPh.D. in Economics from the University of California. He is currently a “Chang Jiang Scholar” Professor and Director for the China Center for Energy Economic Research at Xiamen University. He was a Principal Economist (Energy) of Asian Development Bank. He participated in revising “China Coal Law”, and is currently responsible for developing an energy strategy study for the “twelve five years plan” for the National Development and Reform Commission of China (NDRC), and a power sector developing strategy for the “twelve five years plan” for the State Electricity Regulatory Commission.
His main publications includes several books regarding energy economics theory and energy policy and more then fifty papers in top academic journals. He is currently a column writer for main stream newspapers in China and writes more than fifty papers for them each year. He has substantial media publicity in China regarding energy policy.
He is a special analyst for China Xinhua News Agency and consultant for many international organizations such as Carbon Trust in the United Kingdom, Asian Development Bank, International Energy Agency, and the World Bank Group. His recent domestic clients include Ministry of Finance, National Development and Reform Commission, State Electricity Regulatory Commission, State Power Grid, China Guangdong Nuclear Group, China Power Investment Corporation. He is frequently invited to deliver keynote speeches for high-level energy and environmental forums.

Prof Lin Bo Qiang will be travelling from Xiamen to Cambridge to join John Prescott on stage on February 11th. Prof Lin speaks fluent English and Mandarin and will deliver his speech in English.

Dress code: Business suits

This lecture is free to attend but spaces are limited so we invite to you to apply for a place stating your area of interest / expertise by emailing admin@marchpublishing.co.uk        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 
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