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BFM TV - Oct 15: CEIBS' Prof Gong Yan on Tesla in China

October 16, 2015

"Musk and his team have very limited knowledge about Chinese market. The hysteria around its brand has strengthened their misunderstandings about China, this encouraged them to raise their sales targets to an irrational level." said Prof Gong Yan. (article in French)

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FT - Oct 13: CEIBS' Seung Ho Park and co-authors pen column on China's new stakeholders for MNCs

October 14, 2015

For years, MNCs have focused on economic adaptation for growth and neglected social adaptation to manage changing stakeholder roles and expectations. Adapting to the transformation in China’s stakeholder environment requires an understanding not only of economic and political trends, but also of stakeholder perceptions of the MNC’s social image.

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Time - Oct 13: Research from CEIBS' Prof Frank Yu and Visiting Prof Henrik Cronqvist

October 14, 2015

Firms led by CEOs with at least one daughter score an average higher than other S&P 500 companies on CSR metrics.

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Latercera.com - Oct 12: CEIBS' Liu Shengjun on TPP's impacts on China

October 13, 2015

"So far only 12 countries signed the TPP and they need to get approval from the congress. The impact in the short term is phychological, not real. The future impact depends on: the progress of TPP, how many countries join TPP, China's bilateral agreement with EU and other countries in free trade, and the efforts in regional cooperation such as One Belt One Road." said Liu. (article in Spanish)

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Shanghai Daily - Oct 12: CEIBS' Prof Wu Jinglian on China's economic restructuring

October 13, 2015

"The solution is to improve productivity and efficiency through economic transformation, rebalancing from an economy fuelled by investment to an innovation-driven mode." said Wu.

[ Shanghai Daily ]

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Footprint2africa.com - Oct 8: CEIBS sponsored the 2nd edition of the Ghana SME Hub

October 09, 2015

The 2nd edition of the Ghana SME Hub has been held at Takoradi, CEIBS sponsored. The event comprises a series of activities organized for SME business owners and managers to enable them engage with experts on best practices and solutions for managing various components of their business.

[ Footprint2africa.com ]

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International Business Times - Oct 6: Dr Gary Liu on China's manufacturing industry relocation

October 08, 2015

"China is focusing more on manufacturing for our domestic market now, and it's such a large market that companies want to be here, Vietnam already has cheaper labor, but many companies are still manufacturing in China."

[ International Business Times ]

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China Daily - Oct 2: CEIBS' Wu Jiangang on China's SOE reform

October 08, 2015

Since reform will change the way SOEs are managed, it will be safer for foreign investors acting as financial investors or strategic investors to play special roles in improving corporate governance. The new guidelines can be expected to provide opportunities for foreign companies and for them to have a special role in helping China through its economic transition.

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China Daily - Sept 29: Prof Xu Bin on Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone

October 08, 2015

The Shanghai FTZ has been given the task of formulating and experimenting such rules and regulations. In a sense, the Zone serves as a think tank for China's policy designs. Since the launch of the Zone, there has been high expectations for its role in China's financial liberalization and currency convertibility.

[ China Daily ]

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Forbes - Sept 29: Prof Helmut Schutte at 23rd CEEMAN Annual Conference

September 30, 2015

Professor Helmut Schutte, Dean Emeritus at CEIBS, said at the conference, "The uniqueness of a business school lies always in its local context, even in the case of global leaders in business education." (article in Russian)

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Businessbecause.com - Sept 25: CEIBS Students join rising tide of start-up entrepreneurs in China

September 28, 2015

China’s emerging entrepreneurial scene is attracting the minds of some of the nation’s top MBA students. CEIBS is no exception, according to entrepreneurship professor Rama Velamuri.

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Global Times - Sept 24: Prof. Meyer on Microsoft's partnership deals

September 25, 2015

"This set of deals may come as a surprise to many, but it appears to have been long prepared. Microsoft has faced up to the reality that in the Chinese Internet industry, local companies such as Baidu have not only developed market dominance, but are leading in technological innovation. Thus, a partnership strategy is the way to go in China's software industry," Klaus E. Meyer, professor at the China Europe International Business School, told the Global Times on Thursday.

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Educationpost.com.hk - Sept 21: CEIBS MBAs win CSR Case Competition

September 24, 2015

One team from CEIBS won the championship with their pioneering ideas supported by practical solutions at the 9th CUHK MBA CSR Conference 2015.

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Businessdayonline.com - Sept 18: CEIBS inaugurates alumni chapter in Nigeria

September 21, 2015

The China Europe International Business School, (CEIBS) has inaugurated its alumni chapter in Nigeria with a promise to contribute to the economic development of the country by providing a high standard of business management education.

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Forbes - Sept 21: Prof Lin on China's E-commerce Battle

September 21, 2015

Jack Ma chose to bury the hatchet and partner with Suning as a way to implement Alibaba's O2O strategy. For Suning, the partnership with Jack Ma may be a real fillip for it to benefit immediately from Alibaba's enormous traffic, says Prof Lin in her column.

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Week In China - Sept 18: Prof Chiang Jeongwen on partnerships among influential private-sector companies

September 18, 2015

"Various partnerships like this have caused smaller retailers and SMEs to feel a serious sense of threat," Chiang wrote in a piece for Sina Finance.

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VOA - Sept 17: Prof Oliver Rui on President Xi's visit to the U.S. from Sept 22

September 18, 2015

"It definitely will help the yuan be included in the IMF's Special Drawing Rights currencies because the next review of SDR will take another five years," Oliver Rui, professor of finance and accounts at the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai said. "It will also help the RMB become a foreign reserve currency".

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New York Times - Sept 17: Liu Shengjun of CLIIF on official inquiry into Citic Securities

September 18, 2015

The official inquiry into Citic Securities shows that there are limits to political connections in China, especially as industries such as finance become more professional and competitive, said Liu Shengjun, the executive deputy director of the Lujiazui Institute of International Finance at the China Europe International Business School.

[ New York Times ]

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Global Times - Sept 16: Prof Oliver Rui on Li Ka-shing's moves in China's real estate market

September 16, 2015

Prof Oliver Rui at China Europe international Business School, said that the unsatisfactory growth rate affects investor confidence in the Chinese economy, which is the main explanation for Li's moves. "Li is a very smart businessman," Rui said. With changes in the exchange rate and the peak of the property market having passed, "it is normal that he sold overvalued properties in China and went to Europe to buy undervalued properties."

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China.org.cn - Sept 15: Liu Shengjun (CLIIF) on salary reform of SOE executives

September 16, 2015

According to Liu Shengjun, deputy director of the CEIBS Lujiazui Institute of International Finance, the salary reform is aimed at changing the treatment of the top leaders in state-owned enterprises, who enjoy both civil servant welfare and a high enterprise salary.

[ China.org.cn ]

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