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Andy Xie: Australia is Facing a Hard Landing

Australia is facing a hard landing, predicted by Dr Andy Xie, renowned Chinese economist. Below is extract from his recent article: A decade ago, some Australian investors came to my office for advice on how to invest in China. I told them to go home and buy shares of Australian companies in the mining industry. Bellwether […]

Proudly Launching the China Speakers Agency Chinese Website

We at the China Speakers Agency is proud to launch our new Chinese website 中國名人演講堂 to better serve our Chinese clients who are looking for top-notch speakers to inspire their teams and clients at their upcoming events. CSA Chinese website.jpg We are working hard at populating the site with our speakers’ profile and share great ideas from our speakers. Are you an MNC looking for concrete know-how on how to do business with / in China, or a Chinese company entering the global market looking for international experience?

Joseph Divanna, Renowned Banking Strategies, Joins China Speakers Agency

Author of numerous books on banking, economics, technology and strategy his views on the changing world of banking can be read monthly in publications such as The Banker magazine, Financial World, Islamic Business & Finance, New Horizons and The Middle East Banker. … Joseph 在银行服 务、经济、技术与策略等领域著书,您也可以从《银行家》杂志、《 金融世界》、《伊斯兰商业与金融》、《新视野》与《中东银行家》 等期刊上读到 Joseph 关于不断变化的银行业的观点。

Zhang LiJia Interviewed by Lonely Planet about her life in Beijing

Zhang LiJia , our beloved speaker from Beijing and author of best-seller Socialism is Great, was recently being featured by Lonely Planet on her life in Beijing. … Want to know more in-depth information about today’s Beijing and China, contact us at +852 3489 9246 or [email protected] to engage Zhang LiJia for your next event.

Mr Perkowski, Mr China’s prediction of China in 2011

Our China expert, Mr. Perkowski’s (Mr China) 2011 Predictions on China, which is picked up by Forbes.com and others. Jack predicts that: China’s economy will grow at a sustainable 9 percent in 2011 Inflation will not be a problem in China and the Consumer Price Index (“CPI”) will stay below 3.5 percent. The renminbi will […]