Is China Killing Its Fledgling Golden Geese?
By Jeremiah May
The East Asian countries that escaped the middle income trap did so on the backs of strong private enterprises. China is hamstringing its own corporate giants.
The Continuing Saga of China’s Ant Group
By Megha Shrivastava
2 years after its IPO was scuttled, Ant Group is finally being allowed to increase its capital – with several caveats.
Will China’s Technology Be a Game-Changer in the Post-Pandemic Era?
By Dingding Chen
China’s tech sector is embracing automation and digitization just as the country transitions to the post-COVID era.
What Will China’s Metaverse Look Like?
By Yi Jing Fly and Laura Grünberg
Whether future or fad, one thing is certain: China will not miss out on shaping this new ecosystem.
China’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Anti-corruption Campaign Snares Former Hangzhou Party Secretary
By Jesse Turland
Zhou Jiangyong was judged to have facilitated the “disorderly expansion of capital,” which some are interpreting as a warning sign for Alibaba’s Jack Ma.
China’s #MeToo Victims Face Abuse, Payback for Going Public
By Huizhong Wu
In the most recent example, a woman was fired by Alibaba after going public with an accusation of sexual assault.
Can China’s Singles’ Day Go Green?
By Tang Damin
For e-commerce giants to reach sustainability, they first need to be transparent about their climate footprints.
Alibaba Fires Manager Over Suspected Sexual Assault
By Associated Press
Close on the heels of the Kris Wu scandal, charges of sexual assault and harassment at Alibaba emerged.
The China-Malaysia Digital Free Trade Zone: National Security Considerations
By Hugh Harsono
While the DFTZ promises growth for both Malaysians and Chinese enterprises, Malaysia must take care to ensure its digital independence.
Why Are Chinese Stocks Dropping in the US?
By Chutian Zhou
The fraying of U.S.-China relations is having an impact on Chinese companies listed in the U.S.
China's Tech Sector Is in Trouble
By Viola Rothschild and Benjamin Della Rocca
Chinese tech workers are stuck in the cold as relations with the US freeze.
Putin in Beijing: What Drives China-Russia Relations?
By Nicholas Trickett
Market complementarity, political pressures, and the old dictum to follow profit shape Sino-Russian economic ties.