The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is poised to reshape development in Asia, and international finance.
Penny Pritzker, US Secretary of Commerce, discusses the shape of the US-China trade relationship
Yukon Huang on the mechanics of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, China’s role in its governance, and comparisons with the World Bank and the ADB.
History shows that the world goes through cycles that repeat themselves. And from these cycles emerges the next superpower.
A look at Chinese outbound tourism statistics: which countries feature big on the travel plans of Chinese tourists and how they are impacting the local economy there. The number of Chinese tourists criss-crossing the globe is swelling. As disposable incomes rise and the government eases restrictions on travel, more and more Chinese citizens are finding it […]
InnoSpring CEO Xiao Wang discusses the role of the first US-China tech start-up accelerator in closing the gap between China and Silicon Valley. Earlier this month, Qihoo 360, a Chinese internet security company, launched a venture capital fund in Silicon Valley, joining other Chinese tech giants and conglomerates like Alibaba, Tencent and Fosun International in their search for start-ups […]
China’s capital account liberalization and the new normal. Strolling through Hong Kong Central district at the junction of Garden Road and Queens Road Central, passers-by may not realize that they are at the epicenter of the next big step in global finance. Aside from remnant colonial buildings the architecture is 21st century urban, with signature […]
China-focused incubators such as InnoSpring and zPark Venture are all trying to bridge the gap between China and Silicon Valley—but in different ways and with different results. The walls of the lobby are decorated with a smattering of colorful logos. Rows of chairs are neatly laid out, ready for presentations in what is known as […]
Is Huawei’s global branding push enough to erase the memory of public blunders and herald the next step toward global success? It’s difficult to recall a case of more corporate schizophrenia in the past two years than that of Huawei, China’s largest maker of telecommunication network equipment. When Eric Xu, Huawei’s Executive Vice President and […]
Does the Alibaba IPO have the potential to change the perception–and fortunes–of other Chinese companies in the US? China may be the United States’ third-largest trading partner, but most Chinese business in the US is still conducted from a distance. With a handful of exceptions, Chinese brands are almost entirely unfamiliar to Americans, although most American homes are […]