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How the central bank dresses up its figures – Victor Shih

China’s central bank PBOC is dressing up its figures. Financial analyst Victor Shih, author of Factions and Finance in China: Elite Conflict and Inflation, has for Bloomberg a look at…

Stable elements in China’s fast-changing digital reality – Tom Doctoroff

China’s digital world is changing faster than anywhere else in the world, but some elements remain stable, says marketing expert Tom Doctoroff to Warc. “Chinese people are so emotionally engaged with the images and experiences they share with the “like-minded” – that is, people who “matter” because they have the same interests.”

How emerging markets turn around the product lifecycle – Harry Broadman

Emerging markets have turned around the traditional view on the product lifecycle, as multinational knew them, argues Harry Broadman in his speech on innovation and entrepreneurship. No longer is the US the birth ground of new ideas, who then spread to emerging economy, but innovation from emerging countries conquer the world in its own right.

Trade war will not derail reform program – Arthur Kroeber

If the current plans for impose 25% US tariffs on Chinese import are really executed, they will cause damage to China’s economy, says economist Arthur Kroeber, author of China’s Economy: What Everyone Needs to Know, says at CNBC. But it is unlikely the trade war will derail the long-term reform plans, he adds.

US brands fear higher prices as trade war moves on – Andy Mok

The People’s Daily has hit out to Apple for making its capital on the expense of China, but all iconic American brands fear to be hit by the ongoing trade war between China and the US, says business analyst Andy Mok at CGTN.

Wrong wishful thinking: the US is winning the trade war – Harry Broadman

US media tend to frame their stories by dividing the world into winners and losers. In the US-China trade war they have declared the US the winner, for all the wrong reasons, writes political analyst Harry Broadman in Forbes. In this case, the media framing is creating a dangerous and wrong myth, he writes.

The high potential of Steinway – Shaun Rein

Playing the violin or the piano belongs to the aspiration of many Chinese kids, or at least their parents. The intended purchase of Steinweg by state-owned Poly has high potential, says business analyst Shaun Rein, author of The War for China’s Wallet: Profiting from the New World Order, to Bloomberg.

What do Chinese companies do differently in India – William Bao Bean

Chinese companies have been gaining market share in India on a large scale, but in a different way than other foreign companies. William Bao Bean, managing director of the Chinacellerator, looks at their strategies and how they gained market share, for US News. William Bao Bean has a solid business background in both China and India.

Why Heineken is not a sure winner in China – Shaun Rein

Heineken rocked the beer industry by buying a major share of China’s market leader CR Beer. But business analyst Shaun Rein, author of The War for China’s Wallet: Profiting from the New World Order, does not believe Heineken is a sure winner, as it purchased a company whose market share was already declining, he tells at CNN Money.

Can Luckin beat Starbucks? – Ben Cavender

Competition is a key feature in China’s industries, but coffee retailer Starbucks never faced those challenges. Now Luckin emerges, and Starbucks has no longer a free ride, tells business analyst Ben Cavender to the New York Times.

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