Posts Tagged ‘China’

What Would be the Impact if the Chinese Economy Tanked?

Monday, February 3, 2014 10:00 No Comments

One of the most interesting conversations I ever had was over drinks with a European central banker looking to learn about the reach of China. His core questions was “If China imploded, what could be the impact…. “, and for a couple of hours we worked through a few industries. How far their supply chains […]

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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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Chengdu Investment News: April 30

Thursday, May 1, 2008 20:52 No Comments

1. Sichuan’s imports and exports increased quickly in the first quarter From January to March, the accumulated imports and exports of Sichuan province reached 4.06 billion US dollars, up 59.7% year-on-year, while 24.6% higher than the national average for the corresponding period, learned the journalist recently from the Chengdu Customs Office. 2. 150-million-yuan bill agreed, […]

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Why Vietnam is Not the Next China. Logistics

Thursday, October 18, 2007 10:08 6 Comments

There has been a lot of talk lately about where people will go should the China bubble burst, where to go when suppliers in China cannot be trusted, and more importantly where to go when congress slaps punitive tariffs on China… Well.. it isn’t Vietnam. And here is why. When this conversation occurs, it is […]

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Chengdu’s News for Sept 19

Wednesday, September 19, 2007 7:48 No Comments

Following a couple weeks of break, I thought this would be an easy post to get me back into the saddle… here is the news as reported by my friend Jessica at the Foreign Investment Bureau 468 Project will roundly upgrade Chengdu’s informationization next year In order to cooperate with the application of China’s first […]

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Chengdu’s Investment Wrapup – September 1

Saturday, September 1, 2007 2:42 No Comments

More convenient business creation, Chengdu’s first zero-down-payment company successfully registered On August 15, commercial bureau of Qingyang district ratified and issued the business license to the first company registered with zero down payments. Chengdu municipal commercial bureau recently has issued a series of policies to loose market entry and promote private companies: allowing companies (except […]

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Chengdu in the News: August

Thursday, August 16, 2007 8:51 2 Comments

It’s that time again, and for those of you who are looking to keep up with the news in Chengdu you will not be disappointed. There is a lot of investment going on. EMC set up its 7th solution center with investment of RMB 50 million yuan The world’s biggest IT storage company – EMC […]

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Volvo Rolls on in China

Wednesday, April 18, 2007 1:12 3 Comments

With the logistics marketing expanding on nearly every level, and many firms looking to build their networks, it should be no surprise that Volvo would view the China market as one filled with potential. And so it should come as no surprise that Volvo has announced that they will expand their presence in China, and […]

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