Elon Musk’s Tesla is bucking many trends in its new venture in the massive China market. Tesla is known for going against the grain, but will this tactic prove successful in China? At an event held at Tesla’s brand-new Shanghai factory on January 7, CEO Elon Musk was recorded busting out some awkward dance moves […]
In this series of articles, Professor Viard discusses the role of economics in everyday life in China and the world. Last time I talked about price discrimination and printers. That got me thinking about an experience I had last summer. I ventured into the Tesla dealership in Beijing’s Parkview Green building to check out the […]
This week, mainland investors pushed the Hang Seng Index to a seven-year high; Alibaba’s Ant Financial launched a Big Data-based stock index; and Cloud Live Technology teetered close to a default.
As awareness increases, Chinese consumers are taking to electric vehicles. But just how evolved is the Chinese electric car industry?
Having finally brought its innovative technology here, Tesla China now faces the challenge of making it work in the worldʼs largest auto market.
The sharing economy has threatened traditional industries in the West in the last few years. Now it’s gaining a foothold in China.
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.
Why own when you can share? Understanding the dynamics of the sharing economy which, by some estimates, will become a $115 billion industry by 2016.
The government money is there, the producers are capable, so what is stopping electric cars in China from taking off?
This week, Mercedes-Benz faced an anti-monopoly probe; the Tesla China trademark episode finally came to an end; WeChat got new rules for news while Line and Kakao Talk got axed in China; Xiaomi edged ahead of Samsung; and Priceline invested in Ctrip. For the China Policy Wonks… The Chinese government made a lot of headlines this […]