Tag Archives: Chinese companies

Anil Gupta: Can China and India be Business Allies?

China and India may be neighbors but, politically, they share an uneasy relationship. A war in 1962 and a long-standing border dispute have led to a sense of distrust on both sides which often seeps into business relations. But Prof Anil Gupta is optimistic. He believes that business relations between China and India, two of the […]

Xiaomi, Not Apple, Is Changing the Smartphone Industry

Xiaomi and Alibaba are the two Chinese companies that receive a lot attention internationally. Why are they so successful and different? Our China experts have insights to share. For starters, unlike Apple, Xiaomi is not targeting premium customers; it’s mostly teens buying those high-quality phones, and hardly at a premium, since Xiaomi’s prices are at […]

Martin Roll on Building Strong Chinese Brands

Martin Roll talks for CKGSB Knowledge about the state of branding in Chinese companies and strategies that will help build truly global Chinese brands. Martin Roll believes that the problem lies in how Asian – and Chinese – companies view branding. For many Chinese companies and their executives, branding is viewed as a tactical exercise, […]

Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang Publish New Book: The Silk Road Rediscovered

Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang have just published their new book: “The Silk Road Rediscovered: How Indian and Chinese Companies Are Becoming Globally Stronger by Winning in Each Others Markets” It is a roadmap for understanding the business challenges and opportunities in China. By 2025, China and India will be two of the world’s four […]

Morry Morgan: China, ReThink @ TEDxHultBusinessSchoolSH

China’s success has been remarkable. But is it sustainable? Morry Morgan shows at TEDxHultBusinessSchoolSH that Chinese business leaders need to rethink their modus operandi if they intend to turn large Chinese companies into huge global corporations. Morry Morgan Australian born Morry Morgan moved to Shanghai in 2001, and has been a key player in the […]

Rob Koepp’s “Betting on China” Book Coverage

Rob Koepp, author of “Betting on China”, discusses for The Edge Singapore, July 30, 2012, the unloved Chinese companies whose stocks are listed in the US, Canada, Australia and London, considering that these companies should be brought home, privatised and re-listed. The Edge Singapore, Betting on China 30 Jul 2012 Betting on China by Rob […]

Ann Lee on Chinese Businesses Overseas Deals

Ann Lee, frequent media commentator on economic issues and author of “What the US can learn from China”, shared her insights on Chinese businesses overseas deals, explicitly on how the Chinese company CNOOC has acquired Canada’s Nexen and what can be further expected regarding the Chinese-North American businesses deals. Check the video for more information… […]