Wu Yajun of Longfor properties saw the shares of her company drop because of her divorce, but she is certainly not the first. Financial analyst Wei Gu of Reuters’ Breakingviews looks at divorce as a risk factor for listed companies, or their IPO’s, especially in China.
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Conventional wisdom says China-focused online operations need to be solid China-based, with compulsory governmental and political controls. China expert Paul Denlinger challenges that concept and as Chinese leave China and new start-ups will based elsewhere, he writes in the China Vortex.
Senior Canadian business advisor Frank Feather has decided to join the China Speakers Bureau.
Frank Feather is a special China advisor to the Chinese government for 27-year. working with Ministry of Science and Technology. He is still advising the Development Research Center the top State Council think tank responsible for policy research and strategic review
Consumer product manufacturing like Nestle SA (NESN) and SABMiller Plc (SAB) are reporting a slowdown, even in growth markets like China. The pie might be growing, but competition is too, explains retail analyst Paul French in Business Week.
Private equity firms are rushing into China, but it is not always a smart move, tells business analyst Ben Cavender in Pensions&Investments, although the market is maturing.
Marc van der Chijs co-founded Tudou, worked for Spil Games Asia, and now organized fashion firm United Styles. What does it take to succeed as an entrepreneur in China, asked the SXL Group our serial entrepreneur and former VC.
China has put innovation high on its political agenda and the Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP) has drawn thousands of start-ups. But that makes it not yet a Silicon Valley, warns venture capitalist William Bao Bean with Singtel Innov8 in Marketplace.