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The Race to Vaccinate

by Crystal Wilde | May. 26 2021

The pandemic has provided the Chinese government with an unexpected PR opportunity—vaccines for the world.

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.

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China’s Tax Dilemma: Prioritize Efforts to Stimulate Growth or Control its Mounting Debt?

China’s economy seems to be slowing faster than the government would like, and US trade war tariffs are just.

by Colin Peebles Christensen | Jun. 28 2019

Mending China’s Data Fences

Online data theft is rife in China, but things may change.

by Mark Andrews | Jan. 3 2019

Funding China’s Future: What Can Green Finance Do?

China has rapidly established itself as one of the biggest players in the global green finance movement.

by Douglas Bulloch | Oct. 11 2018

Xiong’an New Area: China’s Newest Special Economic Zone?

On April 1st, 2017, the Chinese government announced the formation of a new special economic and development zone: the Xiong.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Nov. 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

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

A Fever Pitch of Promotion for Club Football in China

China’s desire to become an elite football nation is having an impact on and off the pitch. While the.

by Chris Russell | Nov. 23 2016

Structural Reform Needed For China’s Economy To Rebound

China’s economy is facing many problems that are cyclical and also structural. Some economists believe China reached the Lewis.

by Douglas Bulloch | Jul. 27 2016

The Trilemma Of China’s Capital Outflow

The Chinese currency’s sharp fall last August has put the spotlight on the country’s foreign exchange reserves that.

by Christopher Aston | Jun. 28 2016

What Does the End of the One-Child Policy Mean for China?

After 37 long years, China finally abandoned the one-child policy and caught many observers off-guard. The two-child.

by Xin En Lee | Apr. 6 2016

Alibaba’s Massive IP Protection Challenge

Alibaba, China’s largest e-commerce firm, recently smashed global records for its ‘Single’s Day’ promotion on 11th November.

by David Friesen | Jan. 27 2016

A Shift in Key: China Moves Towards The New Normal

The days of double-digit growth in China are long gone now. And as China shifts to a new economic.

by Colin Shek | Dec. 15 2015

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