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Haiyan Wang on Obama’s Visit to India and Its Impact on US-India Relations

Haiyan Wang, Managing Partner at the China India Institute, was interviewed by CCTV America on President Obama’s visit to India and what it means for U.S.-India relations. 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 […]

Anil Gupta on Impact and Implications of US-India Deal

Prof Anil Gupta shared his insights on the impact of the new $4 billion deal between India and the U.S. in his recent CCTV America’s Interview. Dr. Anil K. Gupta Anil K. Gupta is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading experts on strategy and globalization. He is a regular columnist for BusinessWeek and […]

Joe Zhang: The Disintegration of Rural China

Joe Zhang, author of “Party Man, Company Man: Is China’s State Capitalism Doomed?”, wrote about the disintegration of rural China which resulted in increased crime, pollution, and degrade of morality.  More important, following the government’s privatization of state housing, urban housing prices grew exponentially, five-to-six-fold in many cases, while the value of rural homes rose […]

Andy Xie Commented on Oil Price and Chinese Economy Slowdown

Chinese Economist Andy Xie thinks that the drop in oil price is the result of the slow Chinese Economy. China, which is currently experiencing an economic slowdown, propelled roughly half of the annual world growth in oil demand over the last decade. “The whole damn thing is driven by China. When the investment cycle turns […]

Li Cunxin: Operate Efficiently

Li Cunxin, renowned Chinese motivational speaker, and author of Mao’s Last Dancer, talks about how he conquers life’s challenges by operating efficiently. Li Cunxin Li’s journey is simply remarkable. He was born into utter poverty in Mao’s communist China. At a very young age he was selected to train in Madame Mao’s Beijing Dance Academy. […]

David Daokui Li on Chinese Reform, Fed Tapering, and the Need for a World Monetary Authority

David Daokui Li on Chinese reform, Fed tapering, and the need for a world monetary authority… David Daokui Li David Daokui Li 李稻葵 is one of China’s most influential economists and most eminent professors. He is a former member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the People’s Bank of China. He is the Director of […]

Stéphane Garelli on Management Competences and Personal Skills For Succeeding in the Brave New World

After the peak of the economic crisis we are now entering what Stéphane Garelli calls a ‘New Normal’. The fog of the crisis is gradually lifting and new rules emerge across the world markets. They will profoundly transform how nations & organisations compete with each other in the future. At InnoTown 2013, Stéphane Garelli shared his […]

Andy Xie Talked about the China Stock Market

Andy Xie, Renowned Chinese Economist, talked about the China stock market in his recent media interview. He considers that before the over-capacity issue and the housing bubble situation are rectified, the China A shares can hardly have a very good prospect. Watch the entire video here… Andy Xie Dr Andy Xie 謝國忠, Shanghai-based independent economist, has just been […]

Ann Lee: “What the US Could Learn From China” Speech

Ann Lee speaks on What the US Could Learn From China…   Ann Lee Book author, a former investment banker and hedge fund partner, Ann Lee is a frequent media commentator on economic issues, finance issues, and U.S.-China relations. Ann is also an adjunct professor of economics and finance at New York University and a former […]

Dr Geoff Raby Keynote on the Future of the Chinese Economy

Dr Geoff Raby keynoted on the future of the Chinese economy and its implications for Australia. Dr Geoff Raby Dr Raby was the Australian Ambassador to China from February 2007 to August 2011 and Deputy Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) from November 2002 to November 2006. He has held a […]

Niall Ferguson – The Descent of Money

Professor Niall Ferguson talked about the Financial Crisis, and its aftermath in historical perspective. Niall Ferguson Niall Ferguson is one of the world’s leading historians of the global economy and author of such internationally-acclaimed works as The Ascent of Money, The Pity of War, The Cash Nexus: Money and Power in the Modern World, Empire: […]

Anil Gupta: Emerging Markets, Diverging Futures

Emerging economies are at a crossroads. Over the last decade, emerging economies grew at 2 to 3 times the pace of the developed ones. But it’s harder to grew a richer and larger economy at a rapid pace. Looking ahead, some emerging economies will probably get stuck, and some will break through the middle income […]

Joe Baladi Commented on Chinese Global Brands

Joe Baladi, branding expert, was interviewed by SCMP on his comments on Chinese Global Brands.   “Very much like the visionaries that are associated with the likes of Google, Apple and Facebook, Jack Ma is about the big picture – changing the world,” said Joseph Baladi, the chief executive of Singapore-based marketing consultancy BrandAsia. Alibaba has […]

David Daokui Li Speaking about Chinese Economy and Investment Opportunities in China

David Daokui Li, Chinese economist, Director of Center for China in the World Economy in Tsinghua University, spoke on “Big Changes in China: Outlook for the Next Decade Forum” in New York. David Daokui Li David Daokui Li 李稻葵 is one of China’s most influential economists and most eminent professors. He is a former member […]

Andy Xie Skeptical of the Chinese Stock High

Andy Xie is skeptical of the Chinese Stock High. “Every spike in the A share market was a bubble,” said Xie, who predicted a collapse in Chinese stock prices in 2007 before the market tumbled 65 percent the following year. “Why should this one be different?”  Read the entire article here… Dr Andy Xie Dr […]

Niall Ferguson: The U.S. and China Both Need Economic Rehab

Niall Ferguson: The U.S. and China both need economic rehab. Yet, If Beijing and Washington try to exit at the same time, the global economy could take a big hit…. … both countries confront surprisingly similar challenges. Both economies suffer from a severe debt overhang and have become addicted to ultra-loose financial conditions. Both know […]