The Impact of Government Policies on Lead Battery and Lead Metal Use in China

Agenda for
5-9 September

Jianbin Meng
Director of Economics and Environment, International Lead and Zinc Study Group (ILZSG)
The paper will discuss main economic, industrial and regulatory policies that have implications on the use of lead and lead acid batteries.


Mr. Jianbin Meng is the Director of Economics and Environment for both the International Lead and Zinc Study Group and the International Nickel Study Group, which are intergovernmental organizations established within the UN system.
In the course of more than 23 years of working in metal and mining industry, Mr. Meng has extensively worked in mitigating international trade conflict, annual benchmark iron ore price negotiation, loan project coordination, mining project consultancy from PFS to BFS, establishing and maintaining dialogues and working contacts with international organizations and related governmental departments. He holds the Bachelor Degree in International Economics and Trade from Northeastern University, and graduated as MBA from University of International Business and Economics.