Hill & Knowlton Names Holden to Lead Beijing Office
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Hill & Knowlton Names Holden to Lead Beijing Office

Hill & Knowlton has named John Holden as managing fdirector of Hill & Knowlton Beijing, the firm’s largest office in Asia. Holden is immediate past president of the National Committee on United States-China Relations

Paul Holmes

BEIJING—Hill & Knowlton has named John Holden as managing fdirector of Hill & Knowlton Beijing, the firm’s largest office in Asia.

 

Holden is immediate past president of the National Committee on United States-China Relations snd has previously held positions as chairman of Shaklee China, chairman and general manager of Cargill China, general manager of BankAmerica World Trade Corp.’s PRC business, and China trading manager of Unison International. In 1981 Mr. Holden interpreted for National Geographic teams researching the Yellow River basin and Tibet for the book Journey Into China.

 

Holden first visited China in 1974, and has personally witnessed the extraordinary progress China has made since the Reform and Opening policies were introduced 30 years ago.

 

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