Tag: Interview

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

Investing in Clean Air

Opportunities for Thermo Fisher Scientific have expanded as China has boosted efforts to curb air pollution. By Christina Nelson Severe air pollution in China’s major cities has closed schools, delayed flights, and inspired a variety of creative homemade air filtration solutions....

/ January 27, 2014

Navigating Difference

A business professor answers questions about the cultural and ethical issues of American-Chinese business relations and discusses how American companies are managing these differences. By Christina Nelson  The problems multinational companies face while doing business in China are well documented....

/ October 24, 2013

Protecting Intellectual Property from Cyberthreats

Research by Verizon indicates that cyberattacks aimed at stealing intellectual property may be on the rise, but companies can take steps to mitigate these threats. By Christina Nelson  Cybersecurity and protecting intellectual property has long been a concern for multinational...

/ June 17, 2013

China’s New Leadership Faces Familiar Problems

Boston University’s Joseph Fewsmith discusses the governance problems China’s new leaders will face over the next decade. With Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang now officially in place as president and premier, China’s new leaders face a growing list of challenges...

/ April 15, 2013

Hollywood’s Script in China

Three experts discuss China’s rapidly evolving film industry and opportunities for US entertainment companies It’s been a busy year for the US film industry in China. During Xi Jinping’s visit to the United States in February, the PRC government announced...

/ July 1, 2012

Board Statement to Guide Talks with the US and PRC Governments

The US-China Business Council board came together earlier this year to outline its goals for the evolving US-China commercial relationship. In February, the US-China Business Council (USCBC) released its first ever board of directors statement of priorities outlining its to-do list for...

/ July 1, 2012

General Motors Races Ahead in the China Market

By studying local consumers, developing vehicles to suit local needs, and benefiting from the country’s economic stimulus incentives, GM has reaped success in China.One of the world’s largest automakers, General Motors Co. (GM) and its partners produce cars and trucks...

/ April 1, 2011

Tyco Electronics Plans for the Future

With a new headquarters and upbeat sales, Tyco Electronics CEO Thomas Lynch says the future looks bright in China.The global economic downturn has created tough times for many companies. During that time, Tyco Electronics (TE) has been ramping up its...

/ September 1, 2010

China’s Economy: After the Stimulus

Three economists discuss their outlooks for China’s economy.Despite the global economic downturn and uncertainty about the health of the global economy, China’s economy remained a relative bright spot in 2009. Though global trade contracted 12 percent—and Chinese exports slowed—China’s economy...

/ July 1, 2010