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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to press pause on the Chinese economy, with companies now facing challenges on the issues of production and employment resumption.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to press pause on the Chinese economy, with companies now facing challenges on the issues of production and employment resumption.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to press pause on the Chinese economy, with companies now facing challenges on the issues of production and employment resumption.

CKGSB Americas presented a special webinar - The Post-COVID19 World of Commerce - with leading US-China retail expert Michael Zakkour.

On April 12, CKGSB Global MBA Program led a webinar titled "A Global EdTech Unicorn: Before, during and after COVID-19".

Given that GMAT and GRE are currently not accessible in some locations worldwide, you may choose CKGSB MBA Entrance Exam as an alternative choice which is similar to GMAT test, after you complete the video interview and receive the conditional offer.

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As the world faces the challenges brought about by COVID-19, the education industry has encountered the issue of how to better serve students and their families while they are required to stay home. For schools around the world, the solution has been to turn to online education.

On April 2nd, Fu Chengyu, CKGSB Professor of Management and Director of the Research Center on Governance and Management of Large Corporations at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, was invited to share his insights on the webinar “Impact of Oil-market Shock on the Global Economy”, which attracted over 440,000 online viewers.

Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) Professor of Economics Li Wei recently held a webinar on March 27, with Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China and Managing Direct of PGA TOUR China Greg Gilligan relating to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on businesses and the Chinese economy, how and when companies expect to recover, where the opportunities lie for businesses and the role governments play in improving conditions.

As the COVID-19 outbreak spreads from one country to another, air travel is believed to pose a higher risk of infection by travelers at departure cities, travel destinations, airports and on planes.

As new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in China begin to dwindle and businesses gradually return back to work, the impact and effects of the outbreak are still being felt nationwide.

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