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Books on China that make a difference – Tom Doctoroff

Tom Doctoroff Tom Doctoroff takes for the Huffington Post a look at the books on China that really mattered to him. How an American starts to find out about China,…

China’s rich become triftier as fortunes melt away – Rupert Hoogewerf

Rupert Hoogewerfby Getty Images via DaylifeThe wealth of China’s millionaires has halved at the end of 2008, says Rupert Hoogewerf, composer of the China’ rich list in the China Daily….

Janet Carmosky joins the China Speakers Bureau

Janet Carmosky Janet Carmosky, CEO of the China Business Network, has joined the China Speakers Bureau as a speaker.Janet Carmosky is one of the leading voices on China business in…

Upcoming: the CSB January newsletter

Sam Flemmingby Fons1 via FlickrAt the global offices of the China Speakers Bureau we have started to make our January 2009 newsletter, with predictions of our speakers for 2009, the…

Zhang Lijia on book tour in India

Zhang Lijiaby Fons1 via FlickrCelebrity speaker and author Zhang Lijia will visit India on a book tour at the end of January. Her book “Socialism is great!” is fast conquering…

Chemical company plays hardball with Xiamen gov. – Charles McElwee

Charles McElweeby Fons1 via FlickrChina Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) approved last Friday also the PX-project that has moved from Xiamen to Zhangzhou after fierce protest from its citizens. Environmental…

China’s pharma’s go global – Shaun Rein

Image via WikipediaShaun Rein of the China Market Research Group (CMR) continues his analysis of Chinese companies going global, depicting today the young, but fast developing pharmaceutical industry. His by…

Massive investments in China’s environment – Charles McElwee

Charles McElweeby Fons1 via FlickrChina’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) approved on Friday 153 projects worth 470 billion Renminbi (47 bn euro), environmental lawyer Charles McElwee announced at his weblog….

China’s new fuel tax – Arthur Kroeber

Arthur Kroeberby Fons1 via FlickrAfter long internal debates, China has used the drop in world oil prices to introduce a fuel tax. In the China Economic Quarterly (CES), here republished…

Kaiser Kuo leaves Ogilvy

Kaiser Kuoby Fons1 via FlickrInternet guru Kaiser Kuo will leave next week his current job as director digital strategy of the advertising agency Ogilvy & Matters, reports the Brand Republic….

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