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Piece by Piece: SOE Reform is Among China’s Biggest Challenges

For the past few years, China has been pursuing a new and ambitious state-owned enterprise (SOE) reform program. SEOs.

by Tom Nunlist | Nov. 1 2017

A Progress Report of China’s Third Plenum Reforms

China’s longstanding reform program has failed to keep up with the pace of change in this vast nation. The.

by Douglas Bulloch | Mar. 15 2016

Can the Chinese Economy Release its ‘Reform Dividend’?

China’s economic growth has dropped to a 24-year low. There’s not much room for further decline as.

by Major | Nov. 30 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

China’s Debt: A Ticking Time Bomb

Does China’s debt, which refuses to stop growing, threaten to take the show off the road.

by Chris Russell | Jun. 3 2015

Six Buzzwords from the 2015 Lianghui

A quick guide to some of the hottest topics that came up during the 2015 Lianghui, the two annual meetings.

by Li Hui | Mar. 10 2015

The Dawn of Chinese Consultancy Companies?

Western consultancies are facing questions in China. Can Chinese companies capitalize on the moment.

by Suzanne Edwards | Feb. 16 2015

Busted! China’s Real Estate Bubble and Other China Myths

Carnegie Endowment’s Yukon Huang offers a new perspective and demystifies some popular notions about China, such as fears about.

by Major | Nov. 4 2014

British Chip Designer ARM on How to Win in China

Allen Wu, chip designer ARMʼs Greater China President, on how the company is navigating Chinaʼs increasingly treacherous environment.

by Suzanne Edwards | Oct. 27 2014

Should the West be Afraid of China’s State Capitalism?

The popular notion is that state-owned enterprises are very powerful in China. To what extent is that true? Are.

by Major Tian | Oct. 15 2014

Nicholas Lardy on the Five Misconceptions About China

Do state-owned enterprises still hold sway over the Chinese economy? Economist Nicholas Lardy responds to that question, and lists.

by Major Tian | Oct. 14 2014

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

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