The K@W Network:
Among China’s key challenges in 2015 will be to avoid the so-called “middle-income trap.”
The slowdown in the white sprits industry in China has not reached bottom yet, and the sector will likely experience a shakeout, warns Hongfeng Hao, chairman of online liquor sales[…]
U.S. firms seem less enthusiastic about their prospects for success in China, citing widespread insecurity about the policy directions the new government is taking in its current cycle of reforms.
New indices of housing land prices in China show that the market has in some cases regressed to where it was five years ago, Wharton's Joseph Gyourko says.
As economic growth slows, Chinese leadership is facing tough questions about how and when to implement needed reforms.
The U.S. and China trumped naysayers with Wednesday’s pact to jointly combat climate change. But both nations face hurdles ahead.
When it comes to global financial crises, planning must focus on the future, not the past, says Wharton’s Franklin Allen.
Relations between China and Japan remain tense. How can the two countries avoid war and reestablish business and political bonds?
The pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong cast light on the region’s economic sensitivities with China, and a way of life that is at stake.
After raising $25 billion in a U.S. initial public offering earlier this month, Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma and his leadership team have a tough task ahead: positioning the company for[…]