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  • 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.

  • 2017-03-02 · Hong Kong

    Hong Kong’s Education Post showcases a CKGSB Knowledge article on why Chinese search giant Baidu must move away from its reliance on advertising and search by placing it as the top story on its website’s homepage.

  • 2017-02-17 · Seoul

    At a recent lecture to students of CKGSB’s China-Korea EMBA, Professor Li Xiaoyang discussed notable changes within the Chinese market. His talk, which was featured in a seven-page spread in premium Korean business magazine Dong-A Business Review, highlighted the fact that modern China is going through notable changes with regards to its economy, but noted that such a transition may create new opportunities for companies.

  • 2017-02-14 · London

    UK-based business school media hub BusinessBecause highlights the opportunities available for UK entrepreneurs in China – and how CKGSB is best placed to help them on that journey – featuring quotes from Dean Xiang Bing, Assistant Dean Ji Bo and MBA alumnus Rory Bate-Williams, who recently represented the school at the Merit Summit in Barcelona.

  • 2017-02-13 · Hong Kong

    CKGSB Professor of Economics Li Wei talks to the Financial Times about the growing trend of listed Chinese companies from the auto, industrial, chemical and manufacturing sectors switching tack and investing in entertainment, pharma and gaming – often through overseas takeovers – in a bid to capitalize on changing newly-surging sectors and turn around failing business models.

  • 2017-01-22 · Seoul

    Dean Xiang Bing of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business shared his insights on the state and prospects of the global and Chinese economies. Throughout the article, he noted that China should pursue economic growth while mitigating income disparity, following Japan’s case in the 1970s-80s. Moreover, Dean Xiang expects the growing start-ups of China to be the country’s future growth engine, in which other countries can also take part.

  • 2017-01-12 · London

    The China Daily newspaper profiles CKGSB’s China Start program, designed to give European entrepreneurs a weeklong crash course on Chinese startup opportunities, including the chance to pitch to successful Chinese investors in Shanghai and Shenzhen.

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