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Japan and South Korea may offer lessons for China in shaping a national brand that gradually improves its reputation for quality, notes a Chinese expert.
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Private equity remains bullish about China and Southeast Asia as firms spot opportunities in the shift to consumer-driven markets due to a growing middle class.
Some of the claims about China’s role in harming global economies are outdated, while others present a more realistic scenario, experts say.
Last Friday, China reported a slowing economy in July, raising new questions about the country’s policy directions and pace of growth.
Peer-to-peer financing has thrown up several scams in China. Yet, proper risk controls can cure the problem, says one industry expert there.
Despite appearances, China is not on the brink of financial crisis, experts say. Rather, the real risk of the country’s credit overhang is a slow burn that threatens to lay[…]
Founder Li Ning is “making the changes” (the company’s six-year-old slogan) at his eponymous sporting goods company. They were much needed.
The U.S. and China are sparring over the latter’s moves to combat industrial overcapacity with dumping and its actions in the South China Sea. Both must take a longer-term view[…]
In his book 'Dealing with China,' Henry M. Paulson, former Treasury Secretary and Goldman Sachs head, examines the country that has “emerged as our biggest, most formidable economic competitor since[…]
The U.S. and China face many similar challenges and needs. These commonalities could deepen the bond between the two nations, notes Wharton’s Dean Geoffrey Garrett.