Over the past decades, the wired world of tech and business have come to dominate economies around the world, and nowhere more than in China and the United States. Interestingly, the power of these massive, almost monopolistic, tech giants, as well as their role and impact on society, are now finally being reconsidered in both places.
Andy Xie, former Morgan Stanley Director and Chief Asia-Pacific Economist, predicts what the future of US-China relations hold.
China’s still-young art market has huge potential, but how does it compete in today’s winner-takes-all global art economy?
China recently joined an elite group by launching its own global navigation system, BeiDou. But how does it stack up against the other major systems of Galileo, GLONASS and GPS? On 23 June 2020, China completed a decades-long project to build a global navigation satellite system by launching yet another satellite into outer space. It […]
Business for Haidilao has surged ahead, despite the pandemic. What makes the hotpot chain unique?
Positive investor sentiment across the board underscores China’s undeniable success in controlling the spread of Covid-19. The latest Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Investor Sentiment Survey (CKISS) 2020 Q4 data reflects survey responses from 2,500 individual and institutional investors, who feel more optimistic towards China’s financial markets, China’s real estate and the US-China trade war.
Thomas Orlik, author of China: The Bubble that Never Pops, looks at how China’s economy has managed to repeatedly succeed despite the odds stacked against it.
President Xi Jinping is reinventing state capitalism and has a new economic agenda: “Dual Circulation”. What does it mean for international trade and will it be successful?
Chinese investment around the world is plummeting due to recipient reluctance and difficulty in getting money out of the country. Will the trend last?
China has made considerable strides in increasing food access and security across the country. Decades of economic growth have enabled China’s leaders to make large improvements to the country’s food supply.