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Chinese Tech Firms Go West

by LiuSha | Oct. 31 2016

Although the quality of ‘made in China’ products has not been fully recognized in foreign markets, ‘made in China’ apps.

Unequal, but in it Together: An Interview with Tony Atkinson, author of Inequality

by Tom Nunlist | Aug. 15 2016

In the early 20th century, the world managed to halve the number of people living in extreme poverty, yet the.

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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

What Plagues FDI in Retail in India?

    FDI in retail in India is a prickly issue. For years, the proposed policy to allow foreign retailers.

by Neelima | Nov. 5 2013

China’s innovation ability is massively underrated

  Centuries ago, China was known as a greater inventor, famous for the Big Four inventions: the compass, gunpowder, papermaking.

by Neelima Mahajan and Major Tian | Sep. 17 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

Bottom of the Pyramid and Beyond: The Thinker Interview with Stuart Hart

  In the year 2002, C.K. Prahalad and Stuart Hart published a groundbreaking article in Strategy+Business magazine that.

by Neelima Mahajan | Jun. 6 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

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

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

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