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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The 2014 Future China Business Leader un-Conference
22 - 23 May, 2014 (Andaz Xintiandi, Shanghai)
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.
Council of Financial Executives
This Council is one of the most prestigious forums that exist for bringing together CFOs of multinational companies to discuss current issues and challenges. Because of the confidentiality that governs the meetings, members develop a incredible trust.
The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2014: ASEAN Edition
CEOs in ASEAN are seeking strong business leadership that is able to drive change and not afraid to boldly innovate (and even fail) in a performance-focused environment.(Research Report, April 2014)
China Center Quick Note: RMB band-widening -- Short-term volatility, long-term vulnerability
The Chinese central bank announced a widening of the daily trading band for the US-CNY exchange rate last month. What are the ramifications of this change for economic policy?(China Center Publications, April 2014)
30 April, 2014 03:00 PM EST [15:00]
The Short View on China: Why 2014 will be a tough year
Only four months in and 2014 has already seen a marked increase in near-defaults throughout China’s financial system, and weak growth and tough financing conditions are expected to continue.
09 May, 2014 02:00 PM EST [14:00]
China's Natural Gas: A new foundation for competitiveness?
China has the largest estimated shale gas reserves in the world, but is so far struggling to access it. What does China’s medium-term supply of, and demand for, natural gas look like? What are the implications for pricing and energy costs?