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Chasing Carbon Neutrality

by Liu Jing | Nov. 10 2021

China plans to peak carbon emissions in 2030 and be fully carbon neutral by 2060. How will this impact on.

The Road to Recovery

by Mable-Ann Chang | Oct. 29 2021

Economist and author George Magnus, looks at China’s falling birth rate and the future of the economy post COVID.

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The Road to Gung Ho: An Exemplary Tale for Chinese Outbound M&A

Thirty years ago, there was such nationalist angst in the United States over Japanese buyouts of American companies that Hollywood.

by Zhou Li | Apr. 1 2017

Globalization and China Doesn’t Stop Here

Global trade used to be hailed with no doubt. But today, the international mood for globalization has to a great.

by Zhou Li | Dec. 14 2016

What Ails Chinese Acquisitions Abroad?

Chinese acquisitions overseas should target disruptive business models and not just resources.

by Ying Zhang | Mar. 14 2016

Central Planning versus Market Economy: A False Dichotomy

A common view of China’s central planning is that it has failed; since China grew faster when its reforms.

by Leslie Young | Oct. 20 2015

Haier’s “Platform” Strategy – A Critical Assessment

Professor Anil K. Gupta explores the logic behind Haier’s giant leap towards its new platform strategy.

by Anil K. Gupta | Oct. 6 2015

SOE Reform: Pride and Prejudice Vs. Sense and Sensibility

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a Chinese state-owned enterprise (SOE) in possession of industrial assets must be.

by Leslie Young | Sep. 29 2015

Big Data, Minus the Blinders

How to extract the maximum value from your big data initiatives without falling into the hidden traps.

by Li Yang | Sep. 8 2015

The Future of Retail in China is Both Online and Offline

Alibaba’s investment in Suning is a signal that companies in retail in China need a multichannel strategy: embracing both.

by Chen Xinlei | Aug. 21 2015

Yuan Devaluation is More Likely a Sign of Market Reforms

PBOC’s move to devaluing the RMB didn’t just follow weak exports data, but also IMF requirements for more.

by Li Haitao | Aug. 17 2015

How China’s Economic Stimulus Can Avoid the Missteps of 2009

Early indications show that the Chinese government’s efforts to prop up the economy might be able to steer clear.

by Li Haitao | Aug. 13 2015

Digital Monopolies: Too Many Big Fish in the Sea

Professor Chen Xinlei discusses the importance of regulating digital monopolies.

by Xinlei Chen | Jul. 22 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.

by Salvatore Babones | Jun. 30 2015

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