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  • 2018-03-09 · Seoul

    Maekyung Economy, one of South Korea's most widely-read business magazines, published a case study article introducing Alibaba’s success story that focuses on Jack Ma’s strategies. Even during the time when Chinese business people were rarely using the Internet, Jack Ma saw the possibility of the business in 1990s. With investment from SoftBank, Alibaba grew up to defeat eBay with Taobao. An interview with Teng Bingsheng, Associate Dean for Asia and Europe and Professor of Strategic Management of CKGSB, was included in the article regarding the case of Alibaba. Associate Dean Teng was also introduced as a renowned expert in the field of Strategic Alliance.

  • 2018-02-28 · Seoul

    Forbes Korea, South Korea’s one of the most widely-read business magazines, featured an article in its March issue that introduces various programs and unrivalled alumni network of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB). The article also illustrated the school’s representative alumni and courses they had attended. In particular, the article introduced detailed information on CKGSB’s MBA course, which provides ample opportunities to expand business network and learn core business knowledge.

  • 2017-11-01 · Seoul

    Munhwa Ilbo, one of Korean general dailies, published an article based on the interview with Professor Li Wei of CKGSB. The interview, conducted at CKGSB Beijing Campus, focused upon the insights of Professor Li on the prospects of Chinese economy. He explained that in both short and long terms, China would not face critical problems, but current limitations of China's policy measures could cause serious problems in the mid-term. While sharing his insights on various aspects of domestic economy and relationship with other nations, he also indicated pursuing RMB internationalization as a pivotal task of the second-term government of President Xi Jinping.

  • 2017-08-02 · Beijing

    Professor Ouyang Hui explains the challenges Huawei faces in its quest to conquer the US market.

  • 2017-07-19 · Vancouver, BC

    Having delivered a keynote speech at the recent Alumni event in Vancouver, BC, which focused on the implications of China’s One Belt, One Road initiative, CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing featured in an article by Business in Vancouver, in which he stressed that companies from around the world – not just those from China – have been given the green light to get involved.

  • 2017-07-11 · Beijing

    CKGSB Associate Dean and Professor Gan Jie’s views and research results were quoted in two recent articles in the Financial Times, ranging from the practical applications of drones in agriculture to the upgrading of China’s economy.

  • 2017-04-18 · Hong Kong

    CKGSB Professor of Finance Gan Jie is quoted in a widely-read Bloomberg story that warns of the “gimmicks and tricks” used by executives from small Chinese companies who have been taking advantage of loopholes in Hong Kong’s stock market regulations to turn themselves into “paper billionaires”, despite having little or no profits.

  • 2017-04-13 · Beijing

    CKGSB Professor of Economics Xu Chenggang’s comments on the issues facing the Chinese economy are covered at length in an article in The Australian by the newspaper’s China Correspondent Rowan Callick, who quotes Xu as saying that there are other factors beyond GDP growth that are looming much larger at the moment, including the country’s debt pile and moral hazard problems. 

  • 2017-04-06 · Beijing

    Current MBA student Wang Ge is featured prominently in the New York Times in a story about how the US “first daughter” Ivanka Trump, recently appointed to an official role within her father’s administration, is viewed by aspiring female Chinese entrepreneurs, with many praising her drive, ambition, style and work-life balance.

  • 2017-03-06 · London

    BusinessBecause profiles the fascinating career trajectory of former ice hockey professional Mauro Emanuele Buongiovanni, who says the CKGSB MBA “completely reshaped his outlook on life” and helped to open doors in China.

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