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Learning from the Rust Belt: How to Revive Northeast China

by Jeffrey Craig | Apr. 17 2018

China’s once-mighty industrial heartland in the Northeast, or Dongbei, has fallen on hard times in recent years. Could.

Q3 2017 China Data: the Stats You Need to Know

by CKGSB Knowledge | Oct. 25 2017

Interesting and important China related facts you should care about—from China’s service sector growth to the drastic increase.

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End of the Road for China’s Exports?

An abrupt slump in China’s exports in the first half of 2013 raises questions over the role of.

by Colin Shek | Nov. 6 2013

The Rich and the Rest 1: What Higher Executive Pay means for Corporate Growth

In this series of articles, we take a look at the business impact of the global divergence between the rich.

by Bennett Voyles | Oct. 9 2013

CKGSB Magazine September 2013 issue: Twin Trajectories: The End of Exports for China?

You are invited to download the September 2013 issue of CKGSB Magazine. It features articles and interviews like: COVER STORY.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Sep. 25 2013

Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild on E.L. Rothschild’s investments

In 2003, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild and Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild set up E.L. Rothschild LLC, a privately.

by Neelima | Jun. 26 2013

Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild on Reinventing Capitalism

Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, CEO of E.L. Rothschild and Co-Chair of the Henry Jackson Initiative for Inclusive.

by Neelima | Jun. 25 2013

The Money Squeeze: China’s tightening Credit Market

The first signs of light emerge amidst the dark prospects for private enterprises in China’s ever-tightening credit market.

by Suzanne Edwards | May. 2 2013

Bamboo Property Rights

Why enforcing the contentious issue of individual property rights might actually be a good thing for China. Moganshan Mountain near.

by Brian Viard | Apr. 8 2013

A History of Private Enterprise in China

In December 1978, China began a series of economic reforms collectively termed as the “Reform and Opening Up” policy led.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Mar. 21 2013

Chasing the Deals in China’s Crowded Private Equity Market

Foreign private equity in China is down, but far from out. For most people, having too much money in the.

by Susie Gordon | Feb. 12 2013

Banking Reform: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

China should adopt a measured but determined approach to banking reform.   There is no doubt that banking reform must happen.

by Liu Jing | Jan. 18 2013

China’s Drive for Technological Innovation

What is fuelling China’s push towards homegrown tech innovation? It’s the early 8th century and the court.

by AmbikaBehal | Dec. 28 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

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