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Why China's economy is in trouble in one chart - MarketWatch (blog)

Why China's economy is in trouble in one chart - MarketWatch (blog) | China | Scoop.it
Why China's economy is in trouble in one chart MarketWatch (blog) With its 1.3 billion people and its position as the second largest economy in the world after the U.S., China has been the engine that powered much of global economic activity over...
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LinkedIn goes where no social network has gone before… To China ...

LinkedIn goes where no social network has gone before… To China ... | China | Scoop.it
LinkedIn China The likes of Facebook, Google and Twitter have famously struggled to gain a foothold in China, the world's largest internet market, but there is one US social media network with a presence in that country.
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China's 'Black Monday': A global concern

China's 'Black Monday': A global concern | China | Scoop.it
Why Chinese constraints on lending will have consequences for the global economy.
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Why Barbie Stumbled in China and How She Could Re-invent Herself

Why Barbie Stumbled in China and How She Could Re-invent Herself | China | Scoop.it
Instead of making Barbie a fashion and lifestyle brand, Mattel should have made Barbie an aspirational brand to empower Chinese girls.
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hollyfrances's curator insight, March 13, 2014 5:15 AM
Lack of localisation previously - new attempt to localize fail
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China launches Moon rover mission

China launches Moon rover mission | China | Scoop.it
China launches its first lunar rover mission - named Jade Rabbit - the next key step in the Asian superpower's ambitious space programme.
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Opportunity glimmers through China's toxic smog | Reuters

Opportunity glimmers through China's toxic smog | Reuters | China | Scoop.it
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - As China's smog levels crept past record highs in early December, the phone lines at pollution-busting kit maker Broad Group lit up with Chinese customers worried about hazardous pollution
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GSK Under Fire Again For Alleged Corruption in China

GSK Under Fire Again For Alleged Corruption in China | China | Scoop.it
The risks for businesses from outside of China from operating in China have been well-illustrated by the problems now faced by pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline plc (
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Rolls-Royce: Fourth Year Of Record Car Sales

Rolls-Royce: Fourth Year Of Record Car Sales | China | Scoop.it
High demand from China and the Middle East sees car sales accelerate, with buyers increasingly looking to 'pimp their ride.'
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hollyfrances's curator insight, March 13, 2014 5:16 AM
Higher luxury car sales despite policy of no WFOE in car industry in China. Joint venture
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BUSS4 China’s Development - Past Present and Future

BUSS4 China’s Development - Past Present and Future | China | Scoop.it
Here are some notes from a talk given by Liu Xiaoming, Chinese ambassador to the UK at the Marshall Society economics conference in Cambridge in January 2014..
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China media: Economic reforms

China media: Economic reforms | China | Scoop.it
Media highlight President Xi Jinping's statement that likens the task of reform to "chewing hard bones".
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State-owned enterprises not profit the account in red china economy talking show financial

Good news for China's usually lumbering state-owned enterprises? Even as overall economic growth in China looks set to slow further, big industrial companies...
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How Dangerous Is China's Credit Bubble for the World? | Zero Hedge

How Dangerous Is China's Credit Bubble for the World? | Zero Hedge | China | Scoop.it
No-one knows for sure how big a problem China's economy will eventually face due to the massive credit and money supply growth that has occurred in recent years and no-one know when exactly it will happen either.
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As Rest of Economy Weakens, Chinese Exports Surge

As Rest of Economy Weakens, Chinese Exports Surge | China | Scoop.it
With the real estate boom starting to fade, Chinese companies once again see the future in overseas markets.
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Compliance becomes hotter issue for U.S. firms in China: report ...

Compliance becomes hotter issue for U.S. firms in China: report ... | China | Scoop.it
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - U.S. companies in China placed greater focus on compliance last year after several high profile probes into corruption and high pricing, but rising costs and a skills shortage remained their main ...
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Is the Chinese Dream achievable for all?

Is the Chinese Dream achievable for all? | China | Scoop.it
Why much of China still has a long way to go before it can be counted as middle class.
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The trouble with Chinese data

The trouble with Chinese data | China | Scoop.it
Earlier this summer it was false trade data and now it's industrial output value that has been falsified, according to China's National Bureau of Statistics.
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Breaking News, Analysis, Politics, Blogs, News Photos, Video, Tech Reviews - TIME.com

Breaking News, Analysis, Politics, Blogs, News Photos, Video, Tech Reviews - TIME.com | China | Scoop.it
Foreign businesses in China are voicing growing frustration about the country's heavily regulated market — a bureaucratic maze many say is designed deliberately to hamstring non-Chinese players to the advantage of their local competitors
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China markets fall on listing rules

China markets fall on listing rules | China | Scoop.it
Chinese stock markets fall on Monday after the regulators issued new rules for reforming the country's share sale market over the weekend.
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China now 'world's largest trader'

China now 'world's largest trader' | China | Scoop.it
China says its latest trade figures show it is "very likely" to have overtaken the US as the world's largest trader.
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British Airways and the Chinese consumer: it's all about local knowledge | Marketing Magazine

British Airways and the Chinese consumer: it's all about local knowledge | Marketing Magazine | China | Scoop.it
British Airways and the Chinese consumer: it's all about local knowledge, British Airways' marketing manager for the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific, Paul Rogers, looks at how Britain and the brand is gaining greater understanding of the needs of the Chinese consumer. | Marketing Magazine
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China's no-win situation

China's no-win situation | China | Scoop.it
As China's economic growth rate continues to slow, it faces a no-win situation in its attempts to rebalance its economy.
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Anti-Corruption Drive in China - Bad News for Luxury Brands?

Anti-Corruption Drive in China - Bad News for Luxury Brands? | China | Scoop.it
The Year of the Snake proved a challenging one for major bureaucrats in China who had previously enjoyed a lavish lifestyle. However, a new focus on rooting out corruption amongst China's public servants, is catching up with corrupt officials. As senior public servants fall into line with the new, stricter.
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US presses China over sea dispute

US presses China over sea dispute | China | Scoop.it
A top US diplomat has called on China to clarify or adjust its territorial claims in the South China Sea in accordance with international maritime law.
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BBC News China economy A rebalancing act

In the past China's economy has relied on exports - but the world's second biggest economy is now hoping to generate demand within its borders. BBC chief bus...
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