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NetEase, China’s Online Underdog

by Tim Ferry | Aug. 14 2017

NetEase has come back as a potential challenger to China’s biggest tech firms.

DJI’s Future Plan: Industrialize and Diversify

by Liu Sha | Jul. 24 2017

Drone maker DJI made drones, once a high-end toy for rich niche hobbyists, into a mainstream consumer product. Begun.

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Digital Promised Land: Retailers Look to E-Commerce to Succeed in China

Can Western retail brands make it big in China’s e-market? In September 2012, The Home Depot announced that.

by Daniel Garst | Apr. 15 2013

Mobile Advertising: Tailor-Made in China

China is the world’s largest smartphone user market and, according to Techweb, by December 2012 the percentage of.

by Liz | Apr. 10 2013

Pipe Dreams: Can China Extract it’s Shale Gas Reserves?

The Chinese government has set an ambitious target for domestic shale gas production, an energy source which could support the.

by Liz | Mar. 21 2013

Growth Engine: China’s Search Giant Baidu

In a little over a decade since it came into being, China’s first homegrown search engine, Baidu, has become.

by Neelima | Mar. 12 2013

Social Commerce in China Goes Beyond Sharing

Dabbling in social commerce might help Chinese e-commerce companies deal with fickle consumers and heightened competition. 11th November 2012.

by Iris Mir | Jan. 28 2013

China’s Drive for Technological Innovation

What is fuelling China’s push towards homegrown tech innovation? It’s the early 8th century and the court.

by AmbikaBehal | Dec. 28 2012

China’s Social Media Giants

  Unknown to most people outside China, the country has a very vibrant social media landscape. A surprisingly large percentage.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Dec. 13 2012

China’s Craigslist Wannabes

Three erstwhile copycats innovate through trial and error, to fight the fierce war over online classifieds market A few years.

by Yan Ruiying and Wang Fanfan | Nov. 12 2012

Zip. Zap. Zoom? Will electric vehicles take off in China?

Can China meet its electric vehicle goals? By 2015, the Chinese government would like the automotive industry to produce more.

by Bennett Voyles | Sep. 4 2012

The Future of Work: Hello robot, goodbye worker

How will the progress of IT and automation change the future of work? In 1988, Harvard Business School Professor Shoshana.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 30 2012

Game theory: How companies adapt for the game industry in China

China is a daunting place to bring intellectual property. It’s especially tough for businesses that produce content, like.

by David Cohen | Apr. 17 2012

Doing Business with China: The Power of Local

The experience of multinational companies shows that succeeding in doing business with China depends on a good understanding of local.

by Sam Waldo | Jan. 18 2012

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