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A Global Cooling in Attitudes Toward Trade Liberalization

by Bennett Voyles | Oct. 24 2016

For the past three decades, the general political consensus in the mature Western economies has been that trade liberalization is.

Mohamed El-Erian on Central Bank Effectiveness and China

by Maurits Elen | Oct. 12 2016

Central banking is not enough. While monetary policy did much to recover from the global financial crisis, its instruments have.

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Jack Ma Picked an “Excellent Time” for the Alibaba IPO

The Alibaba IPO, which debuted on the NYSE recently, has broken all sorts of records. What are its prospects going.

by Major Tian | Sep. 25 2014

India-China Relations: Silk Road 2.0

Will India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi change India-China business relations.

by Ana Swanson | Sep. 22 2014

Those Before Alibaba: The IPOs of Chinese Technology Companies

A look at other significant Chinese technology companies that went public before Alibaba.

by Neelima Mahajan and Major Tian | Sep. 19 2014

Innovation Works and its Silicon Valley Dreams

Innovation Works, the Beijing-headquartered incubator founded by former Google China chief Kai-Fu Lee, has set up a base.

by Beidi Zhang | Sep. 15 2014

China Roundup: No Good News Yet for China’s Economy; and the Spectacular Alibaba IPO Roadshow

This week, new worries about China’s economy came to the fore even as Beijing reemphasized its intent to continue.

by Major Tian | Sep. 12 2014

China by Numbers: The China Data You Need to Know

A look at the China data that you should care about: from net outflows of non-foreign direct investment to.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Sep. 8 2014

The Alibaba IPO and How Chinese Companies Bypass Foreign Investment Restrictions

The upcoming Alibaba IPO has brought to the fore the contentious issue of how Chinese companies bypass foreign investment restrictions.

by Chirstopher Beddor | Sep. 1 2014

Shaun Rein on How China Will Become an Innovative Economy

China is not known to be an innovative economy, but Shaun Rein, author of The End of Copycat China, believes.

by Major Tian | Aug. 25 2014

China Roundup: The Xiaomi-Ouya Tie-up; Heinz’s Baby Cereal Recalled; and Amazon’s Shanghai FTZ Entry

This week, Heinz recalled infant cereal after authorities found lead contamination; Xiaomi tied up with Ouya; Japanese auto part companies.

by Major Tian | Aug. 22 2014

The Going Gets Tough for MNCs in China

A combination of factors such as a slowing Chinese economy, rising costs, lethal competition and increased government scrutiny are changing.

by Neelima Mahajan and Major Tian | Aug. 20 2014

The Hidden Risks in Wealth Management in China

The government is putting wealth management in China under the microscope, and is slowly catching up with the inherent risk.

by Don Weinland | Aug. 19 2014

China Roundup: China Industrial Production Slows and the Alibaba-Alipay Relationship Restructured

This week, China industrial production figures revealed a slower growth from last year; Lenovo and Tencent reported profits while sportswear.

by Major Tian | Aug. 15 2014

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