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Offshoring Goes Full Circle: Chinese Firms Shipping Out

by Krystal Hu | Sep. 6 2017

For decades, China has been a top destination for foreign firms to move their operations abroad, now the trend is.

China’s Housing Market: The Iron Bubble

by Tom Nunlist | Jul. 31 2017

China’s property market was virtually non-existent 25 years ago, but it is now one of the most critical.

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C-Suite Interview: Liang Xinjun, Vice-chairman and CEO, Fosun

  The Fosun Group, a Shanghai-headquartered conglomerate, has diverse business interests ranging from insurance and healthcare, to retail, steel and.

by CKGSB Case Study Center | Nov. 23 2012

‘Made in China’ Aims For Sophistication

It’s time to give ‘Made in China’ a makeover. Fifth October was recently designated as Thinkpad.

by Iris Mir | Nov. 19 2012

Debate Room Part 2: Should China have Another Stimulus Package?

  No. Some Pain is Necessary in the Short Run The slow recovery of the US economy and the deep recession.

by Li Wei | Nov. 18 2012

Debate Room Part 1: Should China have Another Stimulus Package?

Yes. It could Energize the Faltering Economy China’s 2008 economic stimulus has led to concerns that if another such.

by Yu Miaojie | Nov. 17 2012

Interview with Johnny Kwan, Chairman, BASF Greater China – I

Few people know that BASF, the world’s largest chemical company headquartered in Ludwigshafen, Germany, has been involved with.

by Carol Wang | Oct. 22 2012

Interview with Johnny Kwan, Chairman, BASF Greater China – II

Chemical companies often run the risk of being associated with environmental degradation and pollution. BASF is conscious of such concerns.

by Carol Wang | Oct. 22 2012

Charting a New Course

Vantone chairman Feng Lun on pioneering a new business model for China’s real estate industry With China’.

by Wang Fanfan | Oct. 19 2012

The New Idea Factories

                          GE’s past success in China.

by Wang Jing | Sep. 25 2012

Far From the Goalpost

Football in China: big business or a tale of flawed finances.

by David Friesen | Aug. 10 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: A Good Complement Can Go a Long Way

Why companies should pay more attention to the role of complementary goods.

by Brian Viard | Aug. 9 2012

Nicholas Lardy on rebalancing the Chinese economy

Nicholas R. Lardy, the Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow at the Washington D.C.-based Peterson Institute of International Economics.

by Neelima Mahajan | Jul. 14 2012

Talent: China’s Hottest Commodity

As the war for talent intensifies, Chinese companies seem to be outdoing MNCs for the first time ever.

by Sam Waldo | Jul. 12 2012

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