By Megan Barnett
June 25, 2013

Attendees of the Fortune Global Forum CEO meeting with Premier Li Keqiang on Beijing, June 5, 2013:

Back Row (from left to right)

1.     Stefano Pessina, executive chairman, Alliance Boots

2.     Yuanqing Yang, CEO, Lenovo

3.     Geoff Riddell, chairman of Asia-Pacific and Middle East, Zurich Insurance Group

4.     Joseph Liemandt, CEO, Trilogy

5.     Andy Serwer, managing editor, Fortune magazine

6.     Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO, DreamWorks

7.     Angela Ahrendts, CEO, Burberry

8.     Giuseppe Recchi, chairman, Eni

9.     Michael Smith, CEO, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group

10.  Frans Van Houten, CEO, Philips

11.   Bruno Lafont, CEO, Lafarge

Middle Row (from left to right)

1.     Tom Linebarger, CEO, Cummins

2.     Michael Dell, CEO, Dell

3.     Andrew Liveris, CEO, Dow Chemical

4.     Andrew Mackenzie, CEO, BHP Billiton

5.     Feike Sijbesma, CEO, Royal DSM

6.     David Cote, CEO, Honeywell

7.     Ginni Rometty, CEO, IBM

8.    Steve Kandarian, CEO, MetLife

9.    Hamid Moghadam, CEO, Prologis

10.  Peter Sands, Group CEO, Standard Chartered, plc

Front Row (from left to right)

1.     Jiang Zengwei, Vice Minister of Commerce, China

2.     Ellen Kullman, CEO, Dupont

3.     Yesui Zhang, Executive Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, China

4.     Jeffrey Immelt, CEO, General Electric

5.     Cai Mingzhao, Director of the State Council Information Office, China

6.     Jeffrey Bewkes, CEO, Time Warner

7.     Li Keqiang, Premier of the People’s Republic of China

8.     Martin Winterkorn, CEO, Volkswagen

9.     Li Xiaolin, President of the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, China

10.  Robert Iger, CEO, Disney

11.  Xie Zhenhua, Vice Chairman of  National Development and Reform Commission, China

12. Georges Plassat, CEO, Carrefour

13. Li Wufeng, Deputy director of the State Council Information Office, China

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