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SOE Reforms: Why it is Better to go Slow

Everyone knows that China's state-owned enterprises (SOEs) are in dire need of reform. However, it seems the government.

by Major | Sep. 30 2015

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

The Going Gets Tough for MNCs in China

A combination of factors such as a slowing Chinese economy, rising costs, lethal competition and increased government scrutiny are changing.

by Neelima Mahajan and Major Tian | Aug. 20 2014

The Ascent: How China’s State-Owned Enterprises Can Stay Competitive

China’s state-owned enterprises are making progress in honing competitiveness, despite political burdens In 2008, the seaport city of.

by Suzanne Edwards | Aug. 21 2013

Download the June 2013 issue of CKGSB Magazine: Future of Freemium

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

by CKGSB Knowledge | Jul. 1 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

Banking Reform: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

China should adopt a measured but determined approach to banking reform.   There is no doubt that banking reform must happen.

by Liu Jing | Jan. 18 2013

Invisible Hand Revealed: Pork Barrel Politics

Why would a steel company get into a wildly-unrelated area such as pig breeding.

by Brian Viard | May. 22 2012

Business bias blues

China is not suffering for lack of international attention. Between its booming economy, its controversial monetary policy, and its newfound.

by Alex Storrie | Apr. 11 2012

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