An Asian business council for an Asian Century?

We speak to Ronnie Chan about the Asia Business Council of top CEOs he helped found and now chairs.

In a telling move that signals Asia's increasingly important place in the global economy, Asian business finally has a voice. Incorporated in Hong Kong this March, the Asian Business Council, is an elite grouping of Asia's most important business leaders.

Deliberately compact with 60 members, the list includes the likes of Noboyuki Idei of Sony, Morris Chang of TSMC, Suppiah Dhanabalan of Temasek, Chey Tae-Won of SK Corp, David Li of Bank of East Asia, Narayana Murthy of Infosys, Stan Shih of Acer, Banthoon Lamsam of Thai Farmers, Daniel Tsai of Fubon, Yang Yuanqing of Legend and Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala II of Ayala Corp.

A sprinkling of key global business leaders...

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