Western consultancies are facing questions in China. Can Chinese companies capitalize on the moment?
Politics can often be a deal breaker in business between India and China. But now that might change due to changes in both economies.
China and Brazil’s relations have been characterized by an ‘imperfect interdependence’ thus far. How will that change going forward? Last April, Brazilian and Chinese Foreign Ministers met in Brasilia to launch the ‘First Strategic Global Dialogue’ between the two countries. Sino-Brazilian strategic dialogues would now be held annually, providing China and Brazil the occasion to regularly meet […]
FDI in retail in India is a prickly issue. For years, the proposed policy to allow foreign retailers to set up shop in the country was in limbo. Finally in 2011, the government eased the rules governing foreign direct investment (FDI) in both multi-brand retail as well as single-brand retail. Foreign retailers were […]
In 2003, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild and Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild set up E.L. Rothschild LLC, a privately funded family investment company to oversee a variety of the Rothschilds’ global investments. Today E.L. Rothschild has made a number of investments in a diverse bunch of sectors across continents. In this interview, Lady de Rothschild, […]
In 2011 China engaged in multilateral trade across the globe, both spending on imported goods and services, and investing in foreign industries. Topping China’s shopping list were machinery and electrical equipment imports from Japan, Korea, Taiwan, the United States and Germany, followed by mineral products from Australia, Russia and Indonesia. Five of China’s key import […]