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The end of China ODI?

by Jens Kastner | Nov. 1 2019

China’s massive ODI spending spree has stalled after policy shifts and strong capital controls.

Stretched to the Breaking Point: WTO is Becoming Dysfunctional

by Jens Kastner | May. 20 2019

Growing disputes between China and the Western economies are making the WTO increasingly dysfunctional.

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A Shift in Key: China Moves Towards The New Normal

The days of double-digit growth in China are long gone now. And as China shifts to a new economic.

by Colin Shek | Dec. 15 2015

The Party Planners: Five-Year Plans in China

Dating back to 1953, China’s system of Five-Year Plans has long been dismissed as anachronistic, but it remains.

by Douglas Bulloch | Dec. 14 2015

Snapshot Rise and Fall of the Renminbi

In August, China’s currency the renminbi was suddenly devalued after market forces were introduced into the way its trading.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Dec. 1 2015

Can the Chinese Economy Release its ‘Reform Dividend’?

China’s economic growth has dropped to a 24-year low. There’s not much room for further decline as.

by Major | Nov. 30 2015

SOE Reform: Pride and Prejudice Vs. Sense and Sensibility

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a Chinese state-owned enterprise (SOE) in possession of industrial assets must be.

by Leslie Young | Sep. 29 2015

“Cheetah Mobile Grew Fast Because of Our Globalization Strategy”

Cheetah Mobile CEO Sheng Fu on how the company became a big mobile app developer with global reach in just.

by Neelima | Sep. 9 2015

Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: Banking on Development

The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is poised to reshape development in Asia, and international finance.

by Chris Russell | Sep. 1 2015

Global Megatrends Reshaping Our World

Anil Gupta, an expert on globalization and strategy, on the domino effect unleashed by several global megatrends—from the turmoil.

by Major | Aug. 26 2015

Yuan Devaluation is More Likely a Sign of Market Reforms

PBOC’s move to devaluing the RMB didn’t just follow weak exports data, but also IMF requirements for more.

by Li Haitao | Aug. 17 2015

Making Sense of the Yuan Devaluation

Is the yuan devaluation the start of a currency war, or a reflection of Beijing’s plan to give the.

by Major | Aug. 14 2015

The Chinese Economy Needs to Break Out of the Overcapacity Trap

China’s economic growth model has created a serious overcapacity problem that will continue to derail future growth unless tackled.

by Li Wei | Jul. 13 2015

Understanding China’s Anti-Monopoly Law

At times controversial, China’s Anti-Monopoly Law is playing an increasingly important role in the country.

by Colin Shek | Jun. 29 2015

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