Financial authorities have been cracking down on protest caused by financial scandals, especially in P2P lending. Financial analyst Sara Hsu looks at her weblog at the expectations for China’s fintech industry in the near future during a slowing economy.
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Renowned investor Jim Rogers has been proposed as an independent director at the South-Korean resort operator Ananti, anticipating a future opening up of North Korea. South-Korean media have been cheering after the proposal was announced, and its shares soared.
Two financial regulators in the US, the SEC and the PCAOB, have joined the trade war of their country and combined it with their struggle for better accounting practices in China, writes Beida accounting professor Paul Gillis at his weblog. While the complaints are not new or surprising, he wonders about the timing, Gillis adds.
Accountants have to figure out what is happening in a company, and the difference between Western and Chinese practices makes that often hard, says Paul Gillis, accounting professor at Peking University, and author of the leading website ChinaAccountingBlog to Young China Watchers.
Tencent is moving its business model from mainly WeChat and B2C to the cloud. Tencent expert Matthew Brennan looks at the China Channel to the results he sees at the 2018 3Q results. It was the first time Tencent disclosed figures on their cloud activities.
Rupert Hoogewerf, the publisher of the Hurun China rich list and leading voice on China’s wealthy, has been appointed at the Durham University Business School as a professor of practice, reports the BDaily.
Americans find it hard to get China is ahead of them in terms of technology and innovation. Chinese American Kaiser Kuo sits down with Steve Sjuggerund of the Daily Wealth to discuss his observations after he spent two decades in China, partly as communication director for internet giant Baidu.
Marketing guru Ashley Dudarenok co-authored with Lauren Hallanan her latest book, Digital China: Working with Bloggers, Influencers and KOLs, a hands-on introduction into the tricky e-commerce market in China for foreign companies, for one week available at Amazon for only US$0.99.
Earning back the investment to gain China users for your internet startup is tough because of the high costs, says Shanghai-based investment guru William Bao Bean to travel website TTG. Just a brilliant idea is no longer enough, you need a suite of services to survive.