Around 1,000 government officials and senior business executives will attend the 2017 Fortune Global Forum, which will open Wednesday in this Guangdong provincial capital.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Chairman and CEO of Tencent Holdings Ma Huateng, Alibaba Group Chairman Jack Ma, and Foxconn Technology Group chairman Terry Gou are among the participants expected to attend the forum, which ends on Friday, according to Alan Murray, chief content officer of Time Inc and editor-in-chief of Fortune. Continue reading “Guangzhou ready to welcome 1,000 to global forum” »
Forbes has ranked Guangzhou first among the top 10 best commercial cities on the Chinese mainland followed by Shenzhen and Shanghai in the second and third places, while Beijing was ranked only the seventh, the Beijing News reported. Continue reading “Guangzhou tops best mainland commercial cities rankings” »
Former Guangzhou Party chief Wan Qingliang was expelled from the Communist Party of China (CPC) and removed from his public post, according to the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) on Thursday.
His case will be transferred to judicial departments; his stripped membership will be confirmed in the upcoming plenary session of the CPC Central Committee, according to a CCDI statement. Continue reading “Former Guangzhou Party Chief Expelled from CPC, Office” »