China’s Tax Dilemma: Prioritize Efforts to Stimulate Growth or Control its Mounting Debt?
| Jun. 28 2019
China’s economy seems to be slowing faster than the government would like, and US trade war tariffs are just.
China’s artistic trade deficit: Is Art’s New Silk Road a One-Way Street?
| Jun. 27 2019
People have been making art in China for at least 4000 years, but the modern era of China’s art.
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Hermann Simon on Lessons for Companies from the World Champion
Germany is the football world champion. What can companies learn from the success of the German soccer team? Hermann Simon.
| Sep. 17 2014
Business Lessons from the Football World Cup Champions
Why the Germans, winners of the 2014 football World Cup, are so good at the other game the world cares.
| Sep. 16 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.
| Sep. 12 2014
Infiniti China: Taking On the Country’s Luxury Car Market
Infiniti, a relatively new entrant in China's luxury automobile sector, is growing at a phenomenal pace. Daniel Kirchert, MD.
| Sep. 10 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.
| Sep. 8 2014
China Roundup: The Chinese economy and structural changes; Baidu Eye; and Apple’s New Problem
This week, figures from the HSBC/Markit PMI implied that the Chinese economy might finally be on the path to.
| Sep. 5 2014
CKGSB Business Conditions Index: Time for the Chinese Economy to Buckle Up!
For the first time since November 2012, CKGSB’s Business Conditions Index has dropped below 50 showing that China.
| Sep. 4 2014
The Role of Land Sales in Local Government Financing in China
Land sales contribute significantly to local government financing in China as well as provincial GDP targets. But this is both.
| Sep. 3 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.
| Sep. 1 2014
China Roundup: China’s Economy May Need a Boost and Alibaba Triples Profits Ahead of IPO
This week, we contemplate whether China’s economy needs another stimulus given that the state of various economic indicators.
| Aug. 29 2014
What will Happen when China Becomes the Largest Economy in the World?
According to the World Bank, China is set to become the largest economy in the world by the end of.
| Aug. 27 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.
| Aug. 22 2014