The China Center for Economics and Business in Beijing, as well as its councils of peer executives in Europe and the United States, provides members with advance intelligence on public policy, regulations, and economic developments in China that are likely to affect members’ businesses. Because the China Center is “on the ground” in China, its research is always relevant and offers executives immediate access to a well-established and reliable business source for information that can help them make sound planning decisions.
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China Human Resources Council
Meets to discuss issues and exchange best practices regarding recruiting, retaining, and motivating local staffs as member companies grow in the Greater China region.
China Communication and Marketing Council
Meets to discuss issues and exchange best practices such as branding, stakeholder relationships, public affairs, employee relations, community relations, interactive marketing and communication technologies issues with a strong focus on Greater China.
China Center Special Briefing Paper: Assessing “Returns on Capital” in the Chinese Economy
From an international perspective, China’s capital-to-output ratio is comparatively much higher and its rate of “diminishing returns to capital” is comparatively much faster, suggesting acute inefficiency in Chinese capital investment.(China Center Publications, May 2015)
China Center Data Flash: The other 45 percent: Why China’s property market (and the economy) still hasn’t bottomed out
Even as April saw a burst in new housing sales, fixed asset investment in real estate absolutely flatlined, growing at 0.5 percent y-o-y. This is the slowest rate of growth in almost 20 years.(China Center Publications, May 2015)
China Center Chart of the Week: China’s FDI numbers are not adequate for gauging foreign investor sentiment
China’s rising FDi numbers are used as strong evidence that things can’t be so bad for foreign investors and that the complaints and negative news stories are from an unrepresentative minority of foreign firms. But the numbers actually tell another story.(China Center Publications, May 2015)
11 June, 2015 10:00 AM EST [10:00]
The Conference Board Economics Watch® - Emerging Markets View
In a more challenging and turbulent environment how can businesses remain competitive? Be among the first to explore our recent findings on global productivity and competitiveness and stay ahead of the curve. CPE credit is available.
23 June, 2015 09:00 AM EST [09:00], 03:00 PM CET [15:00]
Sustainability in China: Green Priorities Draw New Red Lines for Business
Join this webcast for a deep dive into the major domestic forces most likely to impact environmental sustainability practices in China going forward.