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Energy Security in China. Nukes, Coal, and Hydro

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 1:57 No Comments

If you are someone who has an interest in understanding the balance that China is facing with energy, and energy security, then you need to watch the clip above. It is a presentation by Jiang Zemin’s son, Mian Heng Jiang, and focuses on China’s energy market going forward.  In it he speaks very bluntly about […]

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Japanese Firms look to Diversify Away from China.

Monday, September 24, 2012 6:21 No Comments

When you piss China off, its people never forget. Ever. And the past few weeks have been a testament to that fact. What has been interesting for me is the impact that the nationalistic side of China, which has deep roots and a long standing conflict with China, is in direct conflict with the pragmatic […]

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How Should you Invest in China Now?

Friday, September 21, 2012 2:29 7 Comments

CNBC put up an article on their site this morning with Jim Chanos telling investors to head for the exits (if they are in China) or to stay away (if they are not yet in China): “The chance of getting your money out of China is not a good one,” Jim Chanos, hedge fund titan […]

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[Follow Up] Who Is Up for Another Round of Joint Ventures?

Thursday, September 20, 2012 7:49 1 Comment

Following up on my post last week Who Is Up for Another Round of Joint Ventures?, both Pfizer and Merck made an announcement that they have both entered into JV agreements with local firms to distribute their generic drugs in China” On Sept. 13, the world’s largest drug company Pfizer and China’s Zhejiang Hisun Pharmaceutical […]

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China Europe Int’l Business School – Business, Society, and Environment Project Call Out

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 7:56 No Comments

Hi Everyone. Along time readers will know, I have been working at CEIBS for the last 4 years on one of the most innovative classes that exist in the MBA world.  It is a 4 month project based class where we partner our 200+ students with firms to develop (and execute) on projects that have […]

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What Happens in Rome Can Put You in Jail in the US.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012 19:34 No Comments

A few years back, Las Vegas changed its city motto to “What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas”, as if that was going to get someone out of trouble should they be caught doing something stupid by their wife, the cops, a pit boss. As Prince Harry recently found out. In China the motto has […]

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IBM Pork Traceability Project. Disrupting Business as Usual in Shandong

Thursday, August 30, 2012 5:42 No Comments

Last year, Jack Ma said in an interview with Charlie Rose that the biggest business opportunities (in China) would be those that fix China’s problems, and if you have been following IBM in china they are clearly showing an interest. A statement I completely agree with, and as an example of where I feel foreign […]

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How China Stimulates Growth Matters

Thursday, August 23, 2012 23:05 1 Comment

With the recent release of economic data in China pointing towards a larger structural problem, many are wondering what the government will do.  Whether it will go on another bridge building spending spree, if it will release the hounds in the real estate market, or if more rebates promoting consumer demand will be introduced. Each […]

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