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Bridges China Dialogue on China & Global Sustainable Recovery, 26-27 October

13/10/2009

Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to invite you and/or your colleagues to participate in the extremely valuable Bridges China Dialogue on “China and Global Sustainable Recovery”, 26th-27th October 2009, Geneva.This 2009 China Dialogue at Geneva will help you gain in-depth insights into policy & market developments in China, explore opportunities in clean energy and sustainable projects, and deepen collaboration with Chinese business and government. This year, confirmed speakers include: Yutai Zhang, Minister of Development Research Centre of the State Council (DRC), China; Pascal Lamy, Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO); Pierre-François Unger, Minister of Economy and Health, State of Geneva;Michael Müller, Parliamentary State Secretary in the Federal Ministry for Environmental Affairs, Germany; Zhenyu Sun, Permanent Representative of Chinese Mission to the WTOEckart Guth, Permanent Representative of the European Communities to the WTO Yangzhe Li, Director of China National Energy Conservation Centre; Yanfei Ye, Deputy Director General of China Banking Regulatory Commission;Changjun Xie, President of China State Power Longyuan Group; Xiaokang Wang, President of China Energy Conservation Investment Corporation;Jeff Huang, Vice Chairman of Tianjin Climate Exchange;Fengchun Li, Vice Mayor of Baotou Municipal People’s Government, Inner Mongolia, ChinaXiuchen Wang, Chairman of Yantai Economic Development Area;John McCall MacBain, Chairman, European Climate Foundation;Robert Coyle, Senior Adviser, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Richard Newfarmer, Special Representative of the World Bank to the WTO and UN;Shusong Ba, Deputy Director General, Research Institute of Finance, DRC of the State Council, China; former Associate President of Bank of China, Hong KongFei Feng, Director General, Department of Industrial Development, DRC of the State Council, ChinaBernd Schanzenbaecher, Managing Partner, EBG Capital;Kim Carstensen, Leader, Global Climate Initiative, WWF International;Alexander Van de Putte, Senior Director & Operating Officer, PFC Energy International; Meng Liu, China Network Director, UN Global CompactGuy de Jonquières, Senior Fellow, ECIPE; Former Chief Asia Columnist at the Financial Times Linda Yueh, Professor, University of Oxford & London Business School Simon J. Evenett, Co-Director, Centre for Economic Policy Research, University of St. Gallen Martyn Davies, Executive Director, Centre for Chinese Studies, Stellenbosch University, South Africa It will provide you an excellent platform for your conversation with policymakers, leading experts and potential business partners from China, Switzerland, Europe and around the world. A preliminary programme is available athttp://www.bridges-china.com/sites/default/files/wysiwyg/pdf/ProgrammeENG.pdf The number of seats is limited! Registration online at www.bridges-china.com or send email with full coordinates to ICTSD-Bridges China Dialogue Secretariat, Miss Lingxiao Gao, Tel. +41 (22) 917 8814, email: LGAO@ICTSD.CH For sponsorship/partnership opportunities, please contact Dr Shuaihua Cheng, phone +41 22 917 8838, SCHENG@ICTSD.CH We are looking forward to welcoming you in Geneva on 26-27 October.Yours Sincerely  Ricardo Meléndez-OrtizChief Executive, ICTSD

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