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Porter Erisman on the Future of e-commerce

Porter Erisman‘s new book Six Billion Shoppers tackles e-commerce in the developing world and provides insights on shortcomings and opportunities for the future. Porter takes his wisdom from his years working at Alibaba and combines it with views from a tour/survey of digital retailers from Asia, Latin America and Africa to come up with a broader perspective .. read more

Lijia Zhang BBC Interview on her Novel Lotus

Lijia Zhang, Beijing-based journalist and social commentator, was interviewed by BBC recently. Lijia talked about her newly published novel, Lotus, and the social issues reflected by prostitution in China. Lijia Zhang, skilled journalist, author, social commentator and speaker comes from humble beginnings. Born and raised on the banks of the Yangtze River, Lijia Zhang was pulled .. read more

14
Jun
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Andy Xie: Making Sense of China‘s Economy

What is going on with the Chinese economy is not easy to understand. Dr Andy Xie, renowned Chinese Economist shared his insights on the Chinese economy at his recent Bloomberg interview, on the following in particular: Chinese debt level commodities prices capital outflow flow from China over-capacity property market in China The video of the .. read more

30
Sep
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Andy Xie Shared his Views on the Impact of the Panama Papers on Asia

Shanghai-based independent economist Andy Xie was interviewed by Karishma Vaswani for BBC Business regarding the possible impact of Panama Papers on Asia. Andy Xie was asked if he thinks the Panama Papers wil force more governments to become more transparent about tax and he said “In Asia it’s about how to hide your wealth that often hasn’t been .. read more

23
May
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Anil K Gupta: Prospects for Emerging Markets Aren’t That Bad

Anil K Gupta, emerging market expert, opines that the prospects for emerging markets aren’t that bad and the reasons are: This means that, even in 2015, emerging markets will grow at twice the pace of developed markets. Even after factoring in currency depreciations, their share of the global economy continues to rise year after year. .. read more

22
Dec
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Shaun Rein: China Market to Bounce Back Soon

Shaun Rein, China business speaker and author of The End of Cheap China, opined that the China market will bounce back soon. The weakness in the Chinese market is on the back of weak industrial production data and a lot of investigations and arrests (in the securities market) over the past few weeks, says Shaun .. read more

21
Dec
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Hurun, Rupert Hoogewerf – The Rise of Philanthropy in China

Rupert Hoogewerf (Hurun), Chairman and Chief Researcher of the Hurun Report, best known for its annual China Rich List, shared his insights on the rise of philanthropy in China. Rupert Hoogewerf (Hurun) Mention the name Rupert Hoogewerf in China and it’s likely to be met with a blank expression. But say the word “Hurun” and .. read more

David Clive Price: The Master Key To China

David Clive Price, author of The Master Key To China and The Master Key To Asia, shared that employing a ‘bamboo mindset’ is the key to consistently grow market share in foreign markets. David Clive Price is an intercultural business strategist with over 30 years experience as a strategic advisor, executive mentor and speechwriter to .. read more

Andy Xie: Iron Ore Demand is Still Low

Dr Andy Xie, renowned Chinese economist, considers that the China iron ore import number does not show real demand strength. Here is his recent interview with Bloomberg. “It’s totally wrong to just look at the China import number to measure demand strength — a lot of people were talking about that, I saw — that’s .. read more

15
Dec
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Haiyan Wang on the Chinese Yuan Joining IMF Currency Basket

Haiyan Wang, managing partner of China India Institute, was interviewed by CCTV America on the Chinese yuan joining IMF currency basket. Haiyan Wang Haiyan Wang is Managing Partner of the China India Institute, a Washington DC based research consultancy with a focus on creating winning global strategies that leverage the transformational rise of China and India. .. read more

14
Dec
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