More than a hundred top entrepreneurs from across the world will get together in Seoul next week to discuss ways and means of promoting global economic growth.
The local organising committee said late on Tuesday that a total of 120 chief executive officers, including major entrepreneurs, heads of financial institutions and tech moguls, will attend the G20 business summit slated for November 10 and 11.
In addition, 11 head of states, including South Korean President Lee Myung-bak, have also confirmed their participation, the committee said.
The participating CEOs will exchange views on trade and investment, finance, green growth and corporate social responsibility, the committee said.
Among the CEOs to join the gathering are Stephen Green of HSBC Holdings, Josef Ackermann of Deutsche Bank and S Gopalakrishnan of Infosys.
Korea’s richest businessman, Lee Kun-hee of Samsung Electronics and Chung Mong-koo of Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group will also be present.