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The CKGSB Case Center

  • Has China reached a turning point with the global financial crisis?
    Keywords:
    economy, property market, loans, monetary policy, interest rates, stock market
    Case advisor: Li Wei

    In 2008, China also felt the impact of the global financial crisis. Theories about the "turning point" of the Chinese property market emerged and both sales area and prices of commercial real estate declined sharply.

  • Explosive growth followed by historic lows
    Keywords:
    economy, property market, stock market, interest rates, deposit ratio
    Case advisor: Li Wei

    In 2004, China's housing prices experienced explosive growth. Property prices in many cities had soared upwards. That year, there were 7 cities in which the housing prices rose more than 10% for four quarters consecutively. Such rapid growth in housing prices drew the central government's attention.

  • Debate about whether or not China's real estate market was a 'bubble' began to surface
    Keywords:
    economy, property market, stock market, interest rates, deposit ratio
    Case advisor: Li Wei

    On July 3, 1998, the State Council of the People's Republic of China issued the 'Notice on Deepening Reform of the Housing and Speeding up Housing Construction.' After its issuance, the real estate market experienced an era of extraordinary development.

  • Land transfers and a property price bubble
    Keywords:
    piano, musical, instrument, manufacture, export, operations, global, strategy, market, brand
    Case advisor: Xiang Bing

    Since the 1980s, a slew of clear-cut business strategies has allowed the Pearl River Piano Group not only to surpass Japanese and Korean companies to become one of the world's leading piano manufacturers, but also to break into the American and European markets

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