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Forbes - May 26: Prof Oliver Rui on Chinese family businesses' M&A activities

May 28, 2015

If Chinese companies want to be major players in a foreign market they need to comply with the rules of the game , which means strong corporate governance, respecting all stakeholders including employees, labor unions and the community where the company is located. Acquiring companies also have to respect other countries’ cultures and legal systems.

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VOA News – May 27: Prof Xu Dingbo on SOEs in China

May 27, 2015

"One reason why the government wants to merge the SOEs is to make them more capable for international competition," said Xu Dingbo, associate dean at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS).

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Business Because – May 27: PayPal Founder Peter Thiel Shares Start-Up Secrets with CEIBS MBAs

May 27, 2015

Silicon Valley superstars Peter Thiel and Reid Hoffman hit CEIBs' campus in Shanghai. The PayPal and LinkedIn co-founders told MBAs how to succeed in entrepreneurship and investing.

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rb.ru - May 25: MBA16 student Ivan Vostrikov featured

May 26, 2015

Ivan Vostrikovs cofounded a company which is a distributor of chemical raw materials. Since most of its suppliers are located in Asia, he chose a Chinese business school to obtain an MBA. He writes about studying and living in Shanghai in his column (article in Russian).

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Business Because - May 25: Prof Rama Velamuri on entrepreneurship in China

May 26, 2015

"Those that have studied abroad may bring to China business models that have been successful in the west," says Professor Rama Velamuri, Chair of the Strategy and Entrepreneurship Department at Shanghai's China Europe International Business School.

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International Business Times – May 24: Prof Richard Brubaker on China’s internet networks

May 26, 2015

"These restrictions are not going to stop people making plushy toys," said Richard Brubaker, visiting professor of management at the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai.

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E-xecutive.ru – May 25: Prof Chen Shimin on business education

May 26, 2015

For Russians, business education in Asia is still exotic. Professor Chen Shimin, director of MBA programme at CEIBS (the most prestigious business school in the region), says that over the past five years, they have not had students from Russia, but this year there were two Russians and one citizen of Kazakhstan (article in Russian).

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VOA - May 21: Prof. Klaus Meyer comments on ‘Made in China 2025’ master plan

May 25, 2015

Rising labor costs and sluggish foreign demand for goods are pressuring China, more than other emerging economies, to create value-added labor and reduce its reliance on exports, said Klaus Meyer, director of the China Europe International Business School’s Research Center for Emerging Market Studies in Shanghai.

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CCTV News - May 23: MBA16 Jose Feliciano on China-Latin America relationship

May 25, 2015

Currently I work in China as an entrepreneur in the educational field. Over the last four years, I have been organizing programs, training and events for international businesspeople, mainly from Latin America, in order for them to know more about China, identify cooperation opportunities and increase common understanding between our countries.

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M&A China/Deutschland - May 22: Prof Meyer on weak euro’s impact on Chinese investment in Germany

May 25, 2015

The economist Klaus Meyer, a professor at the China Europe International Business School CEIBS) in Shanghai, expects significant effects of the weak Euro on Chinese investment in Germany (article in German, P.13).

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FT – May 19: Prof Tae-Yeol Kim on workplace rules for expats in China

May 19, 2015

"The criteria should be based not on performance but on personality. Humble personalities work; abrasive personalities fail in China" ,says Tae-Yeol Kim, associate professor of organisational behaviour and human resources management at CEIBS, the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai.

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Forbes - May 18: CEIBS’ EMBA 2005 alumnus Xia Guoxin featured

May 19, 2015

He also holds EMBA degrees from Peking University and China Europe International Business School.

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China Economic Net - May 18: the CEIBS-UNESCO-CHIC 4th China Agri-Business Forum 2015 covered

May 19, 2015

China's management of land transfers still lags behind some countries in the European Union, and the amendment partially reflects China's policies on rural land transfers, Han said Sunday at the CEIBS-UNESCO-CHIC 4th China Agri-Business Forum 2015 held on the Beijing campus of the China Europe International Business School

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CNBC - May 18: Prof. Yip on China’s progress on IPR

May 19, 2015

Yip is Professor China Europe International Business School. He said, “My centre here at CEIBS has been researching not what the government does but what companies both Chinese and foreign companies have been doing in terms of R&D-based innovation.”

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Business Because – May 17: Mr Roy Chason on CEIBS MBA admission criteria

May 18, 2015

Roy Chason, assistant director at China Europe International Business School, based in Shanghai, says the school last year issued funding covering nearly 40% of the MBA cohort.

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Business Because – May 17: Mr Roy Chason on using tech for MBA programme promotion

May 18, 2015

Video is an increasingly popular tool. “We are using more video, social media [and] content creation,” says Roy Chason, assistant director at CEIBS.

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China Daily – May 17: Prof Thomas Callarman on automakers’ price slashes

May 18, 2015

Thomas Callarman, director of China Europe International Business School Centre for Automotive Research, said, "The price cut is a practice to stimulate demand and to maintain certain volumes."

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Wiwo.de - May 16: MBA16 Viola Deng profiled among global young leaders

May 18, 2015

Viola Deng is only 28 years old, but her resume filled pages. At 16, she moved away from home, studied, and then worked for Siemens. At her early 20s, she founded a company which employed nearly ten employees (article in German).

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Forbes – May 14: Prof Seung Ho Park on China’s internet boom

May 18, 2015

But can China enjoy the full benefit of Internet technologies in the years ahead ? Can it sustain the same level of fast growth in the sector we have seen in recent years?

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