What Happened to the Sharing Economy in China?
| Jun. 17 2020
A steep economic slowdown is exacerbating the problems for once-golden startups in the sharing economy.
A Balancing Act
| Apr. 8 2020
China’s economy today is driven more by domestic consumption than exports.
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BMW China: Foot to the Floor
BMW China President and CEO Karsten Engel on how China became the company's largest market globally, and how things.
| Jul. 1 2015
American Entrepreneurship: Vastly Overrated?
American entrepreneurship rates are not that good right now. But is the picture as bleak as it is made out.
| Jun. 30 2015
Understanding China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
At times controversial, China’s Anti-Monopoly Law is playing an increasingly important role in the country.
| Jun. 29 2015
Down at the Docks: A Look at China’s Imports
One of many economic indicators, China's imports continue to inch up, but only just.
| Jun. 26 2015
Rules of the Game: Changes in China’s Foreign Investment Law
A proposed change to China’s foreign investment law could have big implications for foreign investors.
| Jun. 25 2015
China and Hollywood Shake up the Box Office
The unlikely partnership of China and Hollywood is creating big blockbusters like Iron Man 3 and Furious 7. But why.
| Jun. 19 2015
The Subscription Economy: Mastering the New Subscription Model
The success of businesses in the new subscription economy needs more sophistication, nuance and responsiveness.
| Jun. 18 2015
The Subscription Economy: Why Subscriptions are More Popular than Ever
Subscription businesses date back to at least the 17th century. And today, quite suddenly, the subscription economy is back in.
| Jun. 17 2015
Starbucks in China: A Matcha Latte and Mooncakes, Please
The success of Starbucks in China has to do with things beyond just coffee: localization of flavors, store formats, image.
| Jun. 11 2015
Ghost Malls in China: Where Have all the Shoppers Gone?
With the rise of e-commerce and more discerning consumers, the recent growth of malls in China risks becoming redundant.
| Jun. 9 2015
China’s Debt: A Ticking Time Bomb
Does China’s debt, which refuses to stop growing, threaten to take the show off the road.
| Jun. 3 2015
The Redback Rodeo: The RMB Exchange Rate
The RMB exchange rate is caught between two powerful forces: the surging Dollar and China’s rising power.
| Jun. 2 2015