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Speakers for your Conference on China Business

Planning your conference on China Business related topics and looking for inspiring China Business Speakers for your event? Contact us at China Speakers Agency for speaker recommendations. Below are a few examples: Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Dr Geoff Raby – Former Australian Ambassador to China Ian Johnson – Pulitzer Prize-winning author, China .. read more

China Business Keynote Speakers

Planning your conference on China Business related topics and looking for inspiring China Business Keynote Speakers for your event? We are here for you. These are some of our speaker recommendations for your China conference… Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Dr Geoff Raby – Former Australian Ambassador to China Ian Johnson – Pulitzer .. read more

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 .. read more

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Are you looking for a speaker who truly knows China business for your upcoming event? We at the China speakers agency are to help you find the most appropriate speakers. Andy Xie – Renowed Chinese Economist Dambisa Moyo – renowned economist and author of Dead Aid Haiyan Wang – Getting China and India Right DaShan – .. read more

Joe Zhang: Private-Sector Corruption with Chinese Characteristics

Joe Zhang, author of ‘Party Man, Company Man: Is China’s State Capitalism Doomed?’ shared his insights on the private-sector corruption in China: What is wrong with China’s private sector? Most privately held businesses are still too small, too inexperienced and too fragile to succeed. Many are opportunistic concerns that trade for a few months or .. read more

10
Oct
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Keynote Speakers on China Business

Planning your conference on China Business related topics and looking for inspiring Keynote Speakers on China Business for your event? We are here for you. These are some of our speaker recommendations for your China conference… Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Dr Geoff Raby – Former Australian Ambassador to China Ian Johnson – Pulitzer .. read more

Joe Zhang: Reform is a Tall Order in China

Joe Zhang published in South China Morning Post on 19 December 2013 an article about the private sector versus the state sector in China. Despite suggestions the private sector is gaining ground on the mainland, state-owned firms are more dominant than ever, with the past decade seeing a reversal of earlier liberalisation gains. …. It .. read more

02
Oct
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China Keynote Speakers

Looking for keynote speakers for your upcoming conference in China? We have great suggestions for China keynote speakers for you: Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Martin Jacques – When China Rules the World DaShan – the most famous foreigner in China Joe Zhang – China Banking expert Dambisa Moyo – renowned economist and .. read more

Joe Zhang on Understanding China SOEs

Former Chinese Banker Joe Zhang has just published a new book, Party Man, Company Man: Is China’s State Capitalism Doomed?, which gives readers an insider view of China’s SOEs (State Owned Enterprises) and China’s state capitalism. A vast majority of the state-owned companies either squander their advantages, or engage in destructive practices to stifle competition, .. read more

Insights from Joe Zhang on Shadow Banking in China

China banking expert and speaker, Joe Zhang, opined that “If China is really worried about shadow banking, there is a neat solution: turn off the credit tap. Beijing must deal with shadow banking head-on rather than diverting energy to tangential matters such as regulation and deposit insurance.” Read more about it in his SCMP article… .. read more

11
Jun
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