China’s aging economy will need the power of gender parity & the power of productivity to sustain itself.
Jonathan Woetzel challenges five common assumptions on China's future.
Some of China’s greatest successes have been in customer-focused innovation.
As China reaches the forefront of global economies, it will have to address a new set of challenges, raising questions about China's role
The rising wave of obesity and its health and economic costs cannot be ignored. No longer a “western” problem, today, 62% of the world’s obese people are in developing countries.
Of the 200 million urban households in Asia, Africa, & Latin America living in substandard housing, 62 million are in China.
China’s total debt quadrupled between 2007 & 2014, about one-third of the $57 trillion in debt added globally then. Can this possibly be safe?
In the face of a slowing economy in China, it's not the precise rate of growth that is the key issue, but what drives that growth.
The construction cranes hovering over the Beijing and Shanghai skylines have come to symbolize China’s high-flying real estate sector. But for all the staggering sums that have flooded into new urban properties, it’s easy to forget that China privatized its housing market less than two decades ago. This young market more