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by SHI Weijun | Dec. 3 2021

Despite record listings in the US in 2021, increased scrutiny from Chinese regulators is pushing companies to stay at home.

A Digital World

by Kevin Livingston | Nov. 15 2019

China is close to releasing a national digital currency, with the potential to upend the entire global financial structure.

Knowledge Magazine

CKGSB Knowledge is the school's quarterly English language publication.


Eyes on the Prize: Chinese VC Funds

Chinese VC funds are muscling out international VC funding in the China market.

by Colin Shek | Oct. 10 2019

Co-Working Capital: Investment is Flowing into China’s Shared Office Market

Co-working spaces are a booming industry concept in China thanks to billions of dollars in funding.

by Mable-Ann Chang | Sep. 2 2019

Enter the Petro-Yuan?

Most of the world’s oil has been bought and sold with US dollars, but that may be changing.

by Bennett Voyles | Oct. 18 2018

Funding China’s Future: What Can Green Finance Do?

China has rapidly established itself as one of the biggest players in the global green finance movement.

by Douglas Bulloch | Oct. 11 2018

Why Are So Few Companies Going Public?

Public companies aren’t dying out, but they are becoming a lot scarcer than they once were.

by Bennett Voyles | Jul. 25 2018

Blocking Bitcoin: Why China’s Cryptocurrency Ban Could be Here to Stay

China has banned borderless cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, but it is a move the country may come to regret.

by Matthew Fulco | Jun. 11 2018

The Uprising of China Fintech

A new wave of dynamic internet finance companies is taking on China’s lumbering state-run banks.

by Liu Sha | Apr. 8 2018

China Stocks Go Mainstream

MSCI's inclusion of China stocks is a big opportunity for foreign investors, but risk management is tricky.

by Wynne Wang | Dec. 5 2017

Will China Be the First Country to Phase Out Cash?

Today, many young Chinese believe they could be the first to stop using cash.

by Liu Sha | Oct. 11 2017

Currency Reform: Float of the RMB

The consequences of China’s currency controls are complex, and the road to achieving a more open currency difficult.

by Tom Nunlist | Aug. 9 2017

Private Thirst: The Flow of Private Investment in China Slows to a Trickle

In China, SOEs dominate industries like petroleum and telecom, while less money is flowing to private enterprises.

by Wynne Wang | Feb. 13 2017

Will China Determine the Future of Bitcoin?

Bitcoin was not invented in China, yet China is where 80% of the virtual "coins" are minted.

by Bennett Voyles | Jan. 23 2017

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