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One Virus, Two Systems

by Shi Weijun | May. 26 2021

The way China powered its way out of the economic crisis was impressive, but the rebound comes with caveats.

Wealth in Wellness

by Faye Bradley | Mar. 16 2021

China’s wellness market is seeing huge growth in China, but Chinese people have different notions of what wellness means.

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How Hard Is It to Cut Chinese Government Debt?

Debt is a ticking-time bomb for the Chinese economy. In the past three years central government stopped local governments.

by LiuSha | Mar. 15 2017

CKGSB February 2017 Business Conditions Index: Optimism Holds, Financing & Inventory are Major Concerns

Optimism for Chinese firms over the next six months still holds, but the corporate financing environment is getting difficult and.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Mar. 8 2017

Xu Chenggang on the Government’s Role in Real Estate and How to Roll Out Economic Reforms in China

Over the past year, the housing price in many Chinese cities has doubled. The property industry, which contributed to the.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Mar. 1 2017

Will e-Commerce Replace Brick-and-Mortar Stores?

After incredible growth in recent years, e-commerce in China seems to be slowing down. One reason behind this is.

by Deng Yuanyuan | Feb. 27 2017

China Data February 2017: Home Loans, Outbound Travel, Sharing Bicycle and More

China’s home loan market reached $539 billion in the first nine months of 2016, more than double the same.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Feb. 15 2017

Down on the Farm: Agriculture in China Today

Over the past two decades, China’s urban population growth has been higher than in the rest Asia or the.

by Tom Nunlist | Feb. 6 2017

High-speed Diplomacy: Exporting China’s Train Technology

China is exporting its high-speed rail to the world. In Turkey, China helped link the capital, Ankara, with the.

by Krystal Hu | Jan. 30 2017

Talent Management, an Interview with Edward E. Lawler III

Business has changed, specifically the relationship between management and employees. Once upon a time, companies offered careers—long-term, stable.

by John Christian | Jan. 25 2017

Bargaining on China and Brexit

On the morning of June 24, 2016, China woke up to witness an unexpected drama unfolding half a world away.

by Douglas Bulloch | Jan. 19 2017

Up Close and at a Distance: An Interview with Bill Bishop

Bill Bishop, co-founder of the stock market news website MarketWatch and author of Sinocism, talks about how China’s.

by Tom Nunlist | Jan. 13 2017

Working it Out: New Trends in Fitness in China

A fundamental generational change in attitude is happening: business people in China have started to question lavish banquets with too.

by Ida Knox | Jan. 9 2017

Searching for the Future: It’s Time to Upgrade the Baidu Business Model

Baidu, China’s largest internet search engine, is having a hard time after a college student named Wei Zexi died.

by Shasha Chen | Jan. 4 2017

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