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Criticaleye - Nov 26: Prof George Yip on innovation in China

November 27, 2014

When it comes to getting new products to market, speed sets China apart from the rest of the world. George Yip, Professor of Strategy at China Europe International Business School, talks to Criticaleye about what can be learnt from Chinese companies.

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Business Because - Nov 25: CEIBS MBA students Jane Kwok and Juan Gonzalez interviewed on study at CEIBS

November 27, 2014

"For any MBA student, the choice of school is a very important investment," says Jane, a former vice president at Commerzbank AG. This summer she moved to China's third-largest city to begin an MBA at CEIBS. "Being able to work with Chinese students allows me to be part of the training ground of the future business leaders of China." she says.

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Business Because - Nov 23: CEIBS Roy Chason on Europeans studying in China

November 25, 2014

This is because there is sometimes disconnect when both sides, European and Chinese, meet in areas of investment, joint-ventures, and other forms of business collaboration, according to Roy Chason, assistant director at CEIBS in Shanghai.

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El Pais - Nov 22: Prof Xu Bin on China’s low interest rate policy

November 24, 2014

"It is clear that China has abandoned the massive stimulus. It is fully justified movements in circumstances when the economy experiences a significant downward pressure." said Xu Bin, Professor of Economics and Finance Business School CEIBS (article in Spanish).

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Press People - Nov 21: President Pedro Nueno comments on China’s economy at the China International Technology Fair

November 24, 2014

Professor Pedro Nueno, President of CEIBS, said that Barcelona and Shanghai are bridges between China, Spain, Europe, the Mediterranean and even Latin America. (Article in Spanish)

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Forbes - Nov 20: Prof Richard Brubaker on doing business in China

November 21, 2014

Yet, even after so many companies have seen this same scenario play out, and after shelves of books have been written on this topic, it’s clear that firms have yet to fully embrace the fact that the rules of the road have changed and they need to embrace models where transparency is built in.

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Wallstreet-online.de - Nov 19: CEIBS Prof Oliver Rui on China's gold market

November 20, 2014

"It is comparatively low," Die Welt quoted Oliver Rui, a professor of finance at the China International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai. "Many traders are waiting to see how the market develops."(Article in German)

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EFE - Nov 17: CEIBS MBA 2012 alumnus Calvin Tang on Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect Programme

November 19, 2014

But "probably the markets will react very cautiously in the short term", analyst Calvin Tang told EEF (article in Spanish).

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Hamburger Abendblatt - Nov 17: Prof Oliver Rui comments on Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect Programme

November 19, 2014

"Hong Kong will continue to expand its position as an international trading center, the city benefits from its role as a corridor to mainland China, "says Oliver Rui, Finance Professor at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) (article in German).

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Die Welt - Nov 17: CEIBS Prof Jaume Ribera on the development of Shanghai port

November 19, 2014

The ports in Hong Kong, in Busan, South Korea and Kaohsiung in Taiwan are main rivals, as well as in Ningbo, south of Shanghai. "Right now, this seems to be the most serious competitor," says Jaume Ribera, Professor of Logistics at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai (article in German).

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Wirtschafts Woche - Nov 13: Prof Henrik Cronqvist's study cited

November 18, 2014

On the other hand, maybe the children of frugal parents do not have to learn to be frugal, because they already love to watch the growth of the money mountains of inner drive. Frugality in the genes? This possibility now is confirmed a study of two economists Henrik Cronqvist and Stephan Siegel (article in German).

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Valors - Nov 11: President Pedro Nueno featured

November 18, 2014

Valores magazine does an interview with economist Pedro Nueno,Doctor of Business Administration, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University, is chairman of the China Europe International Business School. "Our environment is quite favorable to the initiative," laments Nueno during the interview (article in Catalan).

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Forbes - Nov 10: Prof Chiang Jeongwen pens a column on Alibaba's future

November 18, 2014

According to the Su-Ning survey, China’s cross-border e-commerce sales will grow by more than 100% next year.  Building Singles’ Day into an international event could be the next test for Alibaba’s momentum. We should watch out for data on Alibaba’s global reach.

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Business World - Nov 15: Prof Rama Velamuri on the popularity of CEIBS MBA programme among Indian students

November 18, 2014

The number of students queueing up to get a prospectus of the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai shows just how interested Indians are in studying there. According to Rama Velamuri, academic director, Centre for Entrepreneurship, CEIBS, every year, at least 10-15 Indian students join the MBA programme at the Chinese B-school.

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NPR - Nov 14: Prof Oliver Rui on the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect

November 18, 2014

The Shanghai market is driven by insider trading and speculation, says Oliver Rui, a finance professor at Shanghai's China Europe International Business School. Therefore, it doesn't serve one of a stock exchange's crucial functions: channeling investment to the most promising and innovative companies that create value and help drive an economy.

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Die Welt - Nov 14: Prof Oliver Rui on gold exchange market

November 18, 2014

According to him, the Shanghai Gold Exchange was to be the benchmark price for the international gold trading in yuan in the long term. "The opening-up of the international part of the gold market clearly shows the intention of the government to play an important role in fixing the price of gold and other metals," says Oliver Rui of CEIBS (article in German).

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China Daily - Nov 14: CEIBS’ Wu Jiangang pens a column on China’s economy

November 18, 2014

As China switches to a post-industrial economy, SMEs and micro firms must score economic points while government should mainly ensure fairness.

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Repubblica - Nov 13: CEIBS Prof Richard Brubaker featured

November 18, 2014

"DO NOT believe that the agreement China and the United States will have the impact that today everyone is talking about." Richard Brubaker, the American professor who teaches sustainable development at the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai is cautious. "This agreement does not do enough." (Article in Italian)

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AFP - Nov 12: Prof Wu Jinglian comments on Chinese stock traders

November 18, 2014

But most of China's more than 175 million stock investors are individuals, accounting for an estimated 80 percent of trading on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, once described as a "casino" by Chinese economist Wu Jinglian because of its speculative gyrations.

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Noodls - Nov 12: GE won Best Innovator China 2014 Award at CEIBS

November 18, 2014

The winners of the inaugural "Best Innovator China" program, conducted by global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney in collaboration with the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and Bloomberg Businessweek/China, were announced today in Shanghai.

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