Monday, September 27, 2010

World's CEOs meet in Sydney

Hundreds of the world's top business people and capitalists are arriving in Sydney to learn the lessons of the global financial crisis and get the world's economy back in form.
The annual Forbes Global CEO Conference begins in Sydney on Tuesday, the second time the capital has hosted the high-level talkfest in five years.
Many high-ranking executives from Australia, the United States and the Asia-Pacific region will be among the 400 or so CEOs, tycoons and entrepreneurs in attendance over the two-day program.
The host, billionaire media mogul Steve Forbes, said Australia was a fitting place to focus on how the world's economy can recover from the GFC.
"From an outsider's perspective, the finances of Australia have been outstanding compared to the rest of the world," he told journalists on Monday.
"Australia weathered this economic storm better than just about every other country in the world.
"So it is a great place to come together to work out how we go forward."


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