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Getting Ahead: The Effect of China’s Social Credit System

by Mable-Ann Chang | Sep. 19 2019

China’s controversial social credit system is already being trialed in many cities in the country.

Standing Up for Women

by Liu Sha | Sep. 6 2019

When Dame Barbara Woodward was named British Ambassador to China in February 2015, she became the first woman ever to.

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China’s Salt Monopoly: Cracking Down on Illegal Contraband

China’s 2,132-year old salt monopoly and why it makes sense to finally end it. Early last.

by Brian Viard | Jun. 11 2014

Of Risks and a Global Economic Recovery

Philippe Legrain, economist and author of Aftershock and European Spring, on the global economic recovery and the risks that could.

by Liu Jing | Jun. 3 2014

China Roundup: Rules on Foreign Investment in China’s Healthcare Sector Eased and Alibaba’s SingPost stake

  The week that was: Government eases regulation on foreign investment in China’s healthcare sector; Alibaba picks up a.

by Neelima Mahajan | May. 30 2014

China Roundup: The Alibaba IPO Filing; Zhaopin’s NYSE Listing; and Baby Formula Woes

The week that was: The Alibaba IPO, possibly the biggest IPO ever, is finally coming; online recruitment site Zhaopin plans.

by Neelima Mahajan | May. 9 2014

China Roundup: Alibaba’s Youku Tudou Stake and China, the World’s Largest Economy?

The week that was: China may trump the US to become the world’s largest economy soon; the Chinese P2P.

by Neelima Mahajan | May. 4 2014

China’s Pollution Problem: Rise of the Smog Warriors

China’s pollution problem has reached apocalyptic levels, which is great news for smart companies that have found a.

by Christopher Beddor | Apr. 29 2014

China Roundup: China Powers US Business Growth; Fosun’s Silicon Valley Venture Arm; and China’s Manufacturing Woes

The week that was: China’s manufacturing activity is still in contraction; US multinationals report robust growth in Chinese operations.

by Major Tian | Apr. 25 2014

Stephen Roach: China is moving to a healthier growth model

According to former Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach, China is transitioning to a more stable economic model with a.

by Major Tian | Apr. 3 2014

Imagining Bitcoin’s Future: Privacy or Regulation?

Bitcoin has spurred interest in virtual currencies, which have the ability to revolutionize our world. But governments and regulators will.

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 5 2014

Shanghai Free Trade Zone: Lightning in a Bubble

Will the Shanghai free trade zone live up to the hype? “In retrospect, one of my biggest mistakes was leaving.

by Ana Swanson | Jan. 22 2014

China Round-up: Video Game Consoles Resurrect; Fight on Shadow Banking; and More Coal for China

The week that was: Beijing continues to restrict shadow banking practices; top economic planning agency approves more coalmines; a 13.

by Major Tian | Jan. 10 2014

Bitcoin in China: A Brave New World?

What a tumultuous year for bitcoin in China has taught us about the relationship between China’s investors and regulators.

by Casey Hall and Suzanne Edwards | Jan. 8 2014

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