The success of Starbucks in China has to do with things beyond just coffee: localization of flavors, store formats, image and also retention policies.
An increasing number of brands are finding it lucrative to woo the growing legions of Chinese tourists—both outside China and within.
As technology and consumers mature, firms in China are finding that a crisis management strategy is a must-have.
The sharing economy has been threatening traditional industries in the West. Now it’s gaining a foothold in China.
Liquor tax in China is lower than in most other countries. Prof Brian Viard on whether there is a case for raising it.
Having finally brought its innovative technology here, Tesla China now faces the challenge of making it work in the worldʼs largest auto market.
In a little over 10 years, Proya has become a leading domestic cosmetics brand in China by focusing on the underserved population in the hinterland, and now it wants to go global.
This week, all eyes were on the Chinese economy growth figures, the lowest since 2009; and and Tesla stunned company watchers by opening a store on Tmall.
Samsung in China is not where it used to be. Can the South Korean electronics giant fend off domestic brands and Apple to stay at the top of China’s smartphone market? Until recently, South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics has enjoyed the title of undisputed champion in China’s smartphone market since 2012, jamming retail channels […]
What ails real estate in China? Are we heading for a property market crash? Does the government need to step in and save the day? In this wide-ranging interview, CKGSB professor Liu Jing, an expert on the real estate market, analyzes the situation in China’s real estate sector. China bears have never been this close […]