As the events of the past few months have shown, the risks of economic disruption are real.
There are several reasons to be positive about China's economic situation.
China’s State Council published its latest opinion on SOE reform.
Succeeding in China's vast ecommerce market is far from easy.
SOEs are merging to create some of the world's largest companies.
While it has always been incredibly tough to be the CEO of a Chinese state-owned enterprise, being a leader in the telecom sector today seems particularly challenging.
Gordon sheds light on how some Chinese officials are evaluated.
The Chinese consortium Tzaneen International recently announced that it was in the final stages of negotiating to buy Ciudad Real airport in Spain, 4km runway and all, for about US$10,000. Now what?
Unlike in most of the rest of the world, where the newly hyper-wealthy are largely Internet entrepreneurs, Chinese billionaires come from many sectors.
Gordon discusses the 4 ways Chinese businesses are globalizing, and what that means for customers, competitors, and governments.