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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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China Roundup: Qihoo 360 Launches a VC Fund; China’s Trade Numbers Improve; and Electric Cars to Get Cheaper

The week that was: Qihoo 360 heads to Silicon Valley to fund start-ups; CCTV’s latest smear campaign.

by Major Tian | Jul. 11 2014

Real Estate in China: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

What ails real estate in China? Are we heading for a property market crash? Does the government need to step.

by Major Tian | Jul. 8 2014

China Roundup: Metal-financing Scandal Deepens; FTZ Interest Rate Uncapped; And Fosun’s stake in US Film Studio

The week that was: metal-financing fraud puts small traders in risks; forex interest rate liberation expands in Shanghai; Xunlei.

by Major Tian | Jun. 27 2014

CKGSB Knowledge Summer 2014 Issue: China’s Urban Pulse

The Summer 2014 issue of CKGSB Knowledge is out! It has articles and interviews like: COVER STORY:  The Business of.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Jun. 4 2014

Of Risks and a Global Economic Recovery

Philippe Legrain, economist and author of Aftershock and European Spring, on the global economic recovery and the risks that could.

by Liu Jing | Jun. 3 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.

by CKGSB Knowledge | May. 29 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.

by Major Tian | Apr. 25 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

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

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: 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

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