International managers must learn to deal with a more mature, independent Chinese economy – and that won’t be easy. USCBC 2013 China …
Taiwan and China welcome foreign negotiators the same way – but say goodbye differently. I was recently asked by a member of …
For Western managers, the strain of China’s structural reform could pry open a few opportunities. For some this will be a second chance – but it won’t last long. Use it.
When China sets up FTAs to replace multilateral bodies, it is simply following an age-old strategy of attacking alliances to undermine the plans of its adversaries.
Doing business in China when the economy slows — a few opportunities, if you know where to find them.
You may not be interested in doing business with China – but China is increasingly interested in doing business with you.
China is getting more important to the global economy – and the US is getting worse at managing China.
From the EIU: China’s Leadership Handover – The changing of the guard
A Recovering US and Sputtering China are the hottest couple in the global trailer-park.
This is a great time for American small & medium sized businesses to get China right – an absolute disaster if you make the same mistakes that characterized pre-crash deal-making.