A global meeting of the minds

At Fortune's Global Forum, leaders from 32 countries shared their views on growth, innovation, and global consumers. The consensus: The winners will be those who adapt fastest.

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CEOs Yuanqing Yang (Lenovo), Muhtar Kent (Coca-Cola), and Jamie Dimon (J.P. Morgan) discuss new business models.

China is trying to move from being a maker of goods to a consumer of them; Europe is searching for growth; and the U.S. is girding for an end to monetary policies that have helped support its economic recovery. The leaders gathered at the Fortune Global Forum in Chengdu, China, last month offered perspectives on how companies and economies can deal with these trends and more. The participants didn't always see eye to eye on business models and best practices. But they all agreed on one thing: Technology is making everything move faster. Says J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon: "That's what's not changing."

Photographer Peter Yang captured some of the CEOs and leaders (and one basketball superstar) who participated in the Fortune Global Forum. Click through the gallery to see them all:


This story is from the July 22, 2013 issue of Fortune.
- Last updated July 08 2013 07:06 AM ET
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