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  • Tell You the Truth: the Big 5 Chinese Banks Still Need West Investment. Here is Why

    Tell You the Truth: the Big 5 Chinese Banks Still Need West Investment. Here is Why

    Contrary to current practice and prevailing expectations, in June the Chinese government began signaling a willingness to open its domestic banking giants to more foreign investment. ...

  • WH Foods IPO Debacle: A Sow's Ear Out Of A Silk Purse

    WH Foods IPO Debacle: A Sow's Ear Out Of A Silk Purse

    Explaining a $600M payout was never going to be easy.  Nor was stitching together two giant regional meat companies into a global superstar, or floating that company just nine months after it was created. ...

  • Is China's Old Growth Model Sustainable: a Big Bull vs. a Big Bear

    Is China's Old Growth Model Sustainable: a Big Bull vs. a Big Bear

    China's growth model propelled its economy to an average growth of 9.9% over the last 32 years, and will continue to grow, although at a slower rate, said Justin Yifu Lin, former Chief Economist at the World Bank in Washington. Yes, China's growth record is admirable but it is not sustainable, according to Dr. QIN Xiao, Chairman of the Boyuan Foundation, former Chairman of China Merchants Group, and member of the 11th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference who earned his Ph. D. in economics at Cambridge University. He is a guest professor at the Graduate School of the People's Bank of China. ...

  • The Chinese Year of Snake: A Market Twisting High and Low

    The Chinese Year of Snake: A Market Twisting High and Low

    A brief preview of December data to help you kick-start 2013. Well, you've already got the PMIs with the HSBC one surprising on the side and the NBS/CFLP on the downside. With rebounding GDP/IP/earnings growth and low inflation, we continue believing that the Chinese economy is in a sweet spot and can stay there through 1H13. The current macro backdrop should bolster asset prices from equities to commodities. On policy, Beijing will be happily to sustain the current policy stance which could be featured as marginally pro-growth without big-bang stimulus. ...

  • China's First PMI in 2013: Disappointing or Intentionally Conservative for Rainy Days Coming?

    China's First PMI in 2013: Disappointing or Intentionally Conservative for Rainy Days Coming?

    China's govt-backed NBS PMI came in at 50.6 in Dec, unchanged from Nov. It's below market consensus at 51.0 and our slightly more conservative forecast at 50.9. Though the 50.6 NBS PMI reading is below consensus and thus could be a bit disappointing, we expect markets won't turn bearish (see below). Simply put, we believe the Chinese economy and its asset markets will remain in a sweet spot in 1H13. However, as the street's China GDP growth consensus has been increasingly ratcheted up by exuberant forecasters, investors should be wary of getting too optimistic in coming months. ...

 
 
 
 
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  • BACK IN SEPTEMBER

    BACK IN SEPTEMBER
    FOREIGN ENTREPRENEURS IN CHINA WILL BE BACK IN SEPTEMBER. Hope you will enjoy a summer break too!
  • My First Day in a Chinese Company, My First Day as Entrepreneur

    My First Day in a Chinese Company, My First Day as Entrepreneur
    Guest post by Shlomo Freund, Founder of Start Up Noodle ? Asian entrepreneurs community I started my China journey as part of a Chinese company. Without the benefits of a relocation pack, I spent a few grueling months trying to secure a … Continue reading
  • Buyer´s Guide to Sourcing in China

    Buyer´s Guide to Sourcing in China
    Some time back Daniel Su from Global Sources contacted me to let me know about their sourcing platform and all their available resources that they hoped could help this blog´s readership. I was initially planning to write a post based … Continue reading
  • China 101: Market Entry Strategy. 6 Points to Consider

    China 101: Market Entry Strategy. 6 Points to Consider
    By Andrea Cristancho, Senior Business Development Manager at JLJ Group China?s business environment is dynamic and particular in its essence. It welcomes business from different nations and demands skills, commitment and long term planning to stay afloat. It can be rewarding for … Continue reading
  • 16 Practical Chinese Negotiation Tips and General Strategies (compiled)

    16 Practical Chinese Negotiation Tips and General Strategies (compiled)
    GENERAL STRATEGIES AND 16 PRACTICAL TIPS IN THE THREE STAGES OF BEFORE-DURING-AFTER NEGOTIATION IN CHINA by Vincent F. Yip, PhD MBA, Management Consultant, and Lecturer, Stanford Continuing Studies ( Palo Alto, California) Note from Foreign Entrepreneurs in China:  I´m planning … Continue reading