Striking a Balance
| Oct. 1 2021
China has grown at an unrivaled speed over the past few decades, and the new direction of slower growth and.
Leap of Wealth
| Sep. 23 2021
Becoming a billionaire in China is eminently possible, but maintaining a top spot is becoming increasingly difficult.
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Predicting China: Finding the True Signal
Predicting China’s future is hard given its size, history and complexity of population, but it's easy to share.
| May. 24 2017
Made in China, For China
Under the banner industrial policy “Made in China 2025”, China seeks to replace the advanced foreign manufactured goods that it.
| May. 22 2017
The Office of the Future: Palace or Co-Working Hive?
The co-working idea is becoming increasingly popular, and the supply of office-less workers keeps rising.
| May. 8 2017
The End of the Office: Managing Remote Workers and Other Challenges
Today, executives must lead an ever-changing stream of employees and independent contractors.
| May. 2 2017
So long, Cube Farmer: Telecommuting, Co-working and the End of the Office
Do you like to work in a café like Starbucks or do you prefer staying in your cubical at the.
| Apr. 24 2017
Flying High: China’s Aviation Industry is Becoming a Global Force
Seven years ago, around 70% of passengers in US-China air trips were American. But today, more than 50% of.
| Apr. 17 2017
CKGSB Business Sentiment Index 2016 Q4 : Low on Investment
Chinese industrial economy still faces severe problem of overcapacity, according to the latest CKGSB survey of over 2,000 industrial.
| Apr. 12 2017
Can China Lead the Way To a Better Environment?
Just a few years ago, China was a major obstacle to a global agreement on climate change. But the attitude.
| Apr. 10 2017
The VR Kingdom: Is the Virtual Reality Boom in China the Real Thing?
Chinese people love to try new technologies. Over the past year, virtual reality exploded across the country, attracting attention as.
| Mar. 22 2017
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.
| 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.
| 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.
| Mar. 1 2017