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East or West? Some European Countries are Trying Hard to Balance

by Jens Kastner | May. 28 2018

Central and Eastern Europe faces a tough balancing act as it looks toward China for investment and growth. Launched first.

Does China Face a Family-Owned Business Succession Crisis?

by Allen Young | May. 23 2018

The first wave of Chinese entrepreneurs are now in their 70s and 80s and it's time to hand over.

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The BRICS Countries: An Emerging Actor in Development Cooperation?

  The BRICS countries are becoming a very important player in a rather unlikely arena: development cooperation. Here’s.

by Susana Carrillo and Any Freitas | Apr. 23 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.

by Major Tian | 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.

by Beidi Zhang | Apr. 15 2014

Rolls-Royce in China: Riding on China’s Growth

Patrick Horgan, Regional Director, North-East Asia, on how Rolls-Royce diversified in China. Unknown to many, China’s engage.

by Neelima Mahajan and Major Tian | Apr. 10 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.

by Major Tian | Apr. 9 2014

Stephen Roach: China is moving to a healthier growth model

According to former Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach, China is transitioning to a more stable economic model with a.

by Major Tian | Apr. 3 2014

China Roundup: RMB depreciation; China’s first bond market default; and Xi Jinping heads to Europe

The week that was: The Chinese government chooses not to bail out the beleaguered Chaori; RMB depreciation goes on even.

by Major Tian | Mar. 21 2014

China Roundup: Panasonic’s Pollution Compensation and Alibaba IPO Heads for US Shores

The week that was: Panasonic offers China-based Japanese workers hardship allowance; Alibaba IPO to reportedly happen in New York.

by Major Tian | Mar. 14 2014

CHINA ROUNDUP: Chinese GDP growth target at 7.5%; more austerity measures; and war on smog

The week that was: Beijing hosts the annual CPPCC and NPC meetings; Chinese GDP growth target for 2014 announced; austerity.

by Neelima Mahajan | Mar. 7 2014

China Roundup: LinkedIn Checks into China; Weibo to List on the NASDAQ; and the Renminbi Slides Further

  The week that was: LinkedIn enters China with an innovative model; Sina Weibo plans US listing; the Chinese renminbi.

by Major Tian | Feb. 28 2014

Internationalization of the Chinese Renminbi: Good for the Economy?

  The Chinese renminbi reached new highs against the dollar several times in December and is projected to appreciate further.

by Major Tian | Feb. 26 2014

China Roundup: Tencent buys into China’s Yelp; Dongfeng offers a lifeline to Peugeot; and Fosun might buy Forbes

The week that was: State-owned automaker Dongfeng Motor Corporation invests in ailing French company PSA Peugeot Citroen; Xiaomi enters.

by Major Tian | Feb. 21 2014

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