Business Leaders Meet in Hong Kong to Rethink Global Recovery

The ICC G20 Advisory Group, an initiative of USCIB’s affiliate the International Chamber of Commerce, today consulted with the CEOs of leading regional companies to deliver business input on economic growth and job creation to G20 leaders.

The roundtable in Hong Kong was hosted by ICC Honorary Chairman Victor K. Fung, chairman of the Li & Fung group of companies. Outcomes of the discussions will form a basis for business views being brought to the G20 Summit, November 3-4 in Cannes, France.

“Recent events have shown the fragility of economic recovery and highlighted the need for forward-looking measures to support trade, global economic cooperation and job creation,” said Mr. Fung.  “Our focus on jobs is deliberate: every major economy is facing serious challenges in this area, whether due to fiscal concerns, demographic change, or social integration.”

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Staff Contact:   Ronnie Goldberg

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Ronnie Goldberg advises USCIB’s president and CEO on strategic matters and represents American business at several high-level forums. She currently serves as the U.S. employer representative on the International Labor Organization’s Governing Body, and chairs the BIAC Employment, Labor, and Social Affairs (ELSA) Committee.
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