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How Hard Is It to Cut Chinese Government Debt?

by LiuSha | Mar. 15 2017

Debt is a ticking-time bomb for the Chinese economy. In the past three years central government stopped local governments.

Bargaining on China and Brexit

by Douglas Bulloch | Jan. 19 2017

On the morning of June 24, 2016, China woke up to witness an unexpected drama unfolding half a world away.

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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

Internet Finance in China: Will it Disrupt Traditional Banking?

As consumers drift towards easy-to-use internet finance in China, what will happen to traditional banks? Like many businesses.

by Ana Swanson | Mar. 31 2014

Regulating internet finance in China

Chen Long, Professor of Finance at CKGSB, believes that the authorities have to tread a fine line while regulating internet.

by Major Tian | Mar. 26 2014

Internet finance in China: Risk-free Returns?

Internet finance in China is taking off and deposits in online funds such as Alibaba’s Yu’e.

by David Green | Mar. 24 2014

A New Leaf for the Chinese Economy

The state of the Chinese economy: the latest CKGSB Business Conditions Index shows that business are gearing up for growth.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Dec. 26 2013

The iPad Index: Comparing Apples and Oranges

Is the iPad Index a good way of comparing the purchasing power parity of different countries? CommSec, a unit of.

by Brian Viard | Dec. 2 2013

Starbucks Prices in China: How Much For a Cup of Coffee?

CCTV’s recent report examining Starbucks prices in China has created a storm in a coffee cup. Are the concerns.

by Brian Viard | Nov. 19 2013

Tackling Excess Capacity in Industry: The Race Not Yet Run

Should the government take on the task of reducing excess capacity in an industry or is that best left to.

by Brian Viard | Oct. 17 2013

Cautious Optimism: CKGSB’s Business Conditions Index

The latest CKGSB Business Condtions Index indicates that Chinese entrepreneurs have a modestly positive outlook With all the talk of.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Sep. 18 2013

“Beggar Thy (Hotel) Neighbor”: Some Hotels in China are Expanding at Any Cost

How opening new hotels in China could damage the entire industry In late May, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) celebrated the.

by Brian Viard | Sep. 16 2013

What is the Price of a Good Education at Chinese Universities? It Depends on Your Interests

How will choosing your major affect the cost of your education? For students attending Chinese universities, price discrimination between majors.

by Brian Viard | Aug. 5 2013

Invisible Hand Revealed: Mobile Apps that Move Cabs

In an earlier article I discussed how the regulation of Beijing’s taxi fares had taken taxis off the road.

by Brian Viard | Apr. 18 2013

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