Tag: Going Global

Inside China’s Media Revolution

Mei Yan, a former journalist and media executive, talks about how censorship shapes the news in China and how the media has changed since her father served as Mao’s propaganda chief. By Christina Nelson Mei Yan has witnessed the changes...

/ March 20, 2014

Complying with Foreign Investment Rules

CFIUS reviews will become more common as Chinese companies invest more in the United States, but careful preparation can help companies navigate a complex process.  By Thomas S. Vaughn and Shang Kong  With levels of Chinese FDI in the United...

/ November 25, 2013

China’s Charm Offensive

China is taking steps to exert more cultural influence on the international stage. How should this be interpreted by those doing business with the emerging superpower? By St. John Moore and Ilse Schache  The press coverage of China’s first lady,...

/ August 5, 2013

The Great Leap Outward

Can Chinese brands be global powers? by William Brent  At the start of 2013, a transition quietly took place that points to a fundamental shift in the global role of Chinese businesses: China invested more overseas on a monthly basis...

/ July 15, 2013

Banking Abroad

Chinese banks are employing various strategies as they march into international markets by Jonathan Calkins Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), the world’s largest bank by market value, received final approval from US regulators in May 2012 to purchase...

/ July 8, 2013

Transitioning Key Executives to China

Going above and beyond traditional relocation programs helps expats hit the ground running. by Betsy Neidel For companies with a global outlook, having a foothold in China is a growing necessity. A recent survey by the US-China Business Council revealed...

/ January 1, 2012

Global Magic

Watching a new Harry Potter film in Shanghai is as exciting as watching it back home.by Bianca PotrykusThough I can turn into a coach potato after a long day at work, nothing gets me off the sofa and out the...

/ January 1, 2011

The Race for Regional Headquarters Takes Off

Foreign companies should compare local policy incentives to choose the best site for their regional headquarters in China.by James Yong Wang and Tony ZhangChina’s major cities have been competing to attract regional headquarters (RHQs) since the late 1990s. In 1999,...

/ November 1, 2009