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Yum! Brands in China: Colonel Sanders’ Recipe Gone Wrong

Have Chinese consumers lost their appetite for Yum! Brands? The KFC in the food court at Shang­hai’s New.

by Angela Doland | Apr. 3 2013

Back To School: In-house Universities boost Management Talent

Chinese companies ramp up training by setting up in-house universities to retain talent A couple of students sit outside.

by Virginie Mangin | Apr. 1 2013

Lost in Thailand: Revolutionizing China’s Movie Market

Lost in Thailand, a Chinese slapstick comedy, recently created a box office record of sorts. Released in China on December.

by Li Yang | Mar. 29 2013

Banking Abroad: The Globalization of Chinese Banks

Chinese banks employ various strategies as they steadily march into international markets On July 6th 2012, Industrial and Commercial Bank.

by Jonathan Calkins | Mar. 28 2013

Download the March 2013 issue of CKGSB Magazine: Tapping homegrown innovation

You are invited to download the March issue of CKGSB Magazine. You’ll enjoy articles and interviews like: COVER.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Mar. 25 2013

A History of Private Enterprise in China

In December 1978, China began a series of economic reforms collectively termed as the “Reform and Opening Up” policy led.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Mar. 21 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

Taking Stock: Chinese Companies Navigate International Stock Exchanges

Chinese companies facing low valuations on US stock exchanges have some options left on the table When investors think a.

by Christopher Beddor | Mar. 1 2013

Stepping Out: The Globalization Strategies of Chinese Companies

Chinese companies are globalizing on an unprecedented scale, but with mixed success. For the investors, it was all backwards. In.

by Christopher Beddor | Feb. 22 2013

Consumer Behavior 2.0

Wharton’s David Bell elaborates on the possible directions e-commerce in China could take in future. The rise of.

by zhangkaifu | Feb. 20 2013

China’s Fourth-Tier Cities: The Road Less Worn

China’s fourth-tier consumer markets come into their own. If you travel to China’s poorest fourth-tier-cities.

by Berken Byrne | Feb. 18 2013

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