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

by Wynne Wang | Feb. 13 2017

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

Will China Determine the Future of Bitcoin?

by Bennett Voyles | Jan. 23 2017

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

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The Lure—and Risks—of Emerging Market Bonds

As the global economy looks to emerging markets for growth, investors rush in for the high yields of emerging market.

by Major | Nov. 12 2014

China Roundup: China’s Manufacturing Activity Gathers Steam and the Alibaba Results

This week, the HSBC PMI showed an uptick in China’s manufacturing activity; news of the possibility of an RMB.

by Major | Nov. 7 2014

Chinese Outbound Investment in Food and Beverage: Growing Appetite

Chinese outbound investment in the food and beverage sector is growing with acquisitions of marquee brands like Smithfield Foods and.

by Li Hui | Nov. 6 2014

China Roundup: Alibaba Share Price Touches New High and Lenovo Completes Motorola Mobility Buyout

Xiaomi was officially crowned the world’s third-largest smartphone maker but news of Lenovo completing its buyout of Motorola.

by Major | Oct. 31 2014

Chinese Outbound Investment in Energy: Powering China

As one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, China needs to actively scout for resources. A look at.

by Li Hui | Oct. 30 2014

The Variable Interest Entity seems like a “Deliberate Nod and Wink”

Michael Brennan, a renowned academic in finance, on the variable interest entity structure, China’s capital markets and the internationalization.

by Mark Dreyer | Oct. 29 2014

Learning from Market Entry: Keep Your Entrants Imaginary

What industry incumbents can learn from the forces that guide market entry.

by Brian Viard | Oct. 28 2014

Better Days for Business Between India and China?

Politics can often be a deal breaker in business between India and China. But now that might change due to.

by Neelima Mahajan | Oct. 20 2014

China Roundup: Robust Growth in China’s Exports and Imports and Alipay Gets a Makeover

This week, China’s exports and imports data showed robust growth despite forecasts that were less rosy; and Alibaba’s.

by Major Tian | Oct. 17 2014

Chinese Outbound Investment in Real Estate: Brick by Brick

Anbang Insurance's purchase of New York's iconic Waldorf Astoria Hotel stunned many, but it's only the tip.

by Li Hui | Oct. 16 2014

Should the West be Afraid of China’s State Capitalism?

The popular notion is that state-owned enterprises are very powerful in China. To what extent is that true? Are.

by Major Tian | Oct. 15 2014

China Roundup: The race to become the largest economy in the world and the UK Treasury’s RMB Bonds

This week, there was fresh debate over whether China will overtake the US to become the largest economy in the.

by Major Tian | Oct. 10 2014

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