Bart Friedman Presents at 11th Annual Harvard China Review Conference
Saturday, March 29, 2008 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Confidence is the catch phrase of the season. China has once again proven itself to be a global giant by making 2007 the year of the IPO. “Biggest ever” begins to lose meaning as Citic Bank, Fosun International, and Alibaba.com list for billions of dollars on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange within months of each other. How big can China get?
This year HCR’s mission is to once again bring together eminent speakers who will lead us in looking at China’s growth beyond the bubble, by exploring the many ways we can build international confidence in the sustainability of our industries, economy and environment. As we form our panels, we hope to channel an outlook on China’s innovation capability and its ability to transform from a labor-intensive to knowledge–intensive nation.