Foreign investors might be looking for their luck in China, Chinese investors increasingly invest abroad, where they often pick up shares from Chinese companies like Baidu, Tencent and China Mobile, firm they know from home and trust, tells WSJ editor Wei Gu.
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Both the US and China should cooperate in setting up microfinance to use the massive pools over underutilized human capital, writes Michael Justin Lee in the China US Focus.
Professor Michael Justin Lee of the University of Maryland has kindly agreed to join the China Speakers Bureau. Michael Lee is a gifted and dynamic speaker with a deep understanding of China. His new book The Chinese Way to Wealth and Prosperity: 8 Timeless Strategies for Achieving Financial Success details how the Chinese people have managed to thrive in every country to which they’ve ever emigrated.
Rich Chinese are massively leaving China, obvious politically “a hot potato”, tells China’s rich list founder Rupert Hoogewerf in The Telegraph. Although the effect might not be as devastating as the figures suggest.
China and the US restart very soon their trade talks, traditionally marred by US complaints on how China manipulates its currency. Now, rising protectionism by state-owned companies offer a new stumbling block, says business analyst Shaun Rein at the BBC.
Shanghai-based VC Marc van der Chijs has a brilliant idea. Why not use the many failed business ideas and technology of start-ups and create an online market of broken dreams? He has not the time to execute, he writes on his weblog, so he hopes somebody steals his idea.
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.
While the world was watching new party leader Xi Jinping taking the stage, real changes are taking place at the lower tiers. Reuters’ Breakingviews columnist Wei Gu describes how the old guard is taking over positions at the financial regulators. Experience wins from reform.
Shanghai has tried to lure headquarters of foreign multinationals for decades, but a recent policy change might just help the city to do this just a bit more effective, explains Shanghai-based lawyer Mark Schaub in IFLR.