Jiang Shan, CCG Senior Fellow. Mr. Jiang joined the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Economic and Trade (later the Ministry of Commerce) in 1987, and served in the Department of American and Oceanian Affairs. He held successively the positions of Deputy Director, Director, Deputy Director-General and Director-General in the Department. He was responsible for making and implementing economic and trade development strategy and bilateral policies between China and countries in the region and handled important trade and investment issues with these countries. He was heavily involved in the making and supervision of laws and regulations, economic and trade policies regarding China’s import and export, inbound and outbound investment, trade remedies as well. He helped foreign transnationals invest in China and Chinese enterprises to do M&A overseas, providing them with pertinent and penetrating advices, seeking solutions to their problems and disputes.
Mr. Jiang Shan was posted twice at the Chinese Embassy in Canada, from 1993 to 1995 (first secretary, Economic and Commercial), 2007 to 2013 (Minister Counsellor, Economic and Commercial). He recently retired from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce. He has traveled extensively and currently resides in Beijing with his wife.
Reading, traveling, fishing and skiing.
Graduated from Yunnan University with BA, Beijing University of International Business and Economics with MA, and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business with EMBA; Studied at University of Toronto with a certificate.