Secondhand, First Choice
| Dec. 3 2019
Chinese consumers have a deep desire for the new, but online convenience and a slowing economy are changing things.
Freshly Brewed or Overly Roasted?
| Dec. 1 2019
Starbucks had coffee lovers in China’s main cities wrapped up until Luckin arrived.
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China and Brazil: growing together or apart?
China and Brazil’s relations have been characterized by an ‘imperfect interdependence’ thus far. How will that.
| Jun. 2 2014
CKGSB Business Conditions Index: Down But Not Out
The latest CKGSB Business Conditions Index shows that entrepreneurs in China are feeling the slowdown. Business sentiments in April have.
| May. 29 2014
China Roundup: Jingdong’s IPO; Lenovo’s home market woes; and a solution to China’s local debt problem?
The week that was: Chinese e-commerce retailer Jingdong (JD.com) finally went public on the Nasdaq; China’s.
| May. 23 2014
China Roundup: China’s Slowing Economy; Tencent’s Profits Up; and Facebook’s China Office
The week that was: China’s slowing economy; Tencent profit rises on growth in online games; Alibaba battles fakes.
| May. 16 2014
China Roundup: Alibaba’s Youku Tudou Stake and China, the World’s Largest Economy?
The week that was: China may trump the US to become the world’s largest economy soon; the Chinese P2P.
| May. 4 2014
China Roundup: China Powers US Business Growth; Fosun’s Silicon Valley Venture Arm; and China’s Manufacturing Woes
The week that was: China’s manufacturing activity is still in contraction; US multinationals report robust growth in Chinese operations.
| Apr. 25 2014
Local Government Debt in China
Local government debt in China is spinning out of control. A look at the most indebted cities in China and.
| Apr. 21 2014
China Roundup: China GDP Growth at 18-Month Low; Weibo’s IPO; and Candy Crush on WeChat
The week that was: China GDP growth falls to 7.4%; government may ease controls on housing market; and Tencent.
| Apr. 18 2014
Carl Walter on the fragility in the Chinese banking system
Carl Walter, former COO of JP Morgan in China and CEO of its China banking subsidiary, paints a gloomy picture.
| Apr. 15 2014
China Roundup: China’s growth slows; Shuanghui’s IPO; and cross-border investments
The week that was: China’s growth slows further; financial regulators wrangle over debt problems; and meat processing company.
| Apr. 11 2014
Stephen Roach on the US and China’s Unhealthy Codependency
Stephen Roach, former Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, believes that the US and China’s codependency will lead to.
| Apr. 9 2014
China Roundup: A stimulus package to beat the slowdown; Alibaba’s offline investment and Huawei’s results
This week that was: China releases a moderate stimulus package; Alibaba picks up a stake in Intime Retail; Huawei scores.
| Apr. 4 2014