China’s still-young art market has huge potential, but how does it compete in today’s winner-takes-all global art economy?
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.
An MBA field study by Min Yan, a case researcher at CKGSB, under the guidance of Professor Xinyu Fan, digs into the details of bringing prosperity to every corner of China One of the great successes of China in recent decades has been the sharp rise in prosperity across previously poor regions of the country, […]
China has a rich history in cosmetics spanning centuries. However, the second largest market for cosmetic products in the world is rapidly changing not just in terms of size, as it looks to overtake the United States, but also in terms of consumers and how it works.
One of the secrets behind China as the “Factory of the World” is the mass specialization of towns on the production of single items. Many Chinese towns are dedicated to producing a single type of product. What are the prospects for the specialty town approach? It is July, it’s a hot and humid 35°C outside […]
China leads the global smartphone market both in terms of manufacturing and smartphone brands. China has built up a remarkable lead in the global smartphone market over the last decade, both in manufacturing and brands. But things may be changing Throughout the recent China-US trade war, one consumer electronics product has been conspicuously exempt from […]
Companies are considering moving production out of China, but how many can successfully do so? The diversification of production away from the “Factory of the World” is happening, at least to some extent. But some industries are finding it hard to break free of the China hold.
The relationship between China and the US has been deteriorating further in the past months with escalated confrontational rhetoric and actions—some of them military—by both sides. While hopes for the world’s two largest economies to work together amicably are fading for the foreseeable future, the two need to find a way to live together for the good of everyone on the planet.