BEIJING — Beijing's municipal government appoints a panel of foreign business leaders to offer advice on how to boost Beijing's economic development and investment climate. The group of 17, known as the International Business Leaders Advisory Council, ranges from Swiss engineering group Asea Brown Boveri to Korea's Hyundai Group, whose subsidiary, Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., makes cars and trucks. “We would like to hear the advisors' opinions and take measures to further adjust our policies, ...
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