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Why You Should Choose China to Manufacture Your Next Product

Businesses across the world have been waking up to the potentially massive savings that they can make by outsourcing their manufacturing needs to businesses...

China Rising

I’ve recently returned from Asia, where I met with policy makers and business leaders from Tokyo to Beijing, Hong Kong, and Singapore. During our discussions,...

Are You More Financially Literate Than A 15-Year-Old?

When it comes to basic understanding of financial skills, American teenagers are, well, downright mediocre among their international peers. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and...

American Teens Achieve Mediocrity In Financial Literacy

When it comes to financial literacy around the world, American teens are middling. The United States may fuel the world’s largest economy and operate its...

Recruiting and the Power of Astonishment

While in Shanghai a few weeks back, I was talking to one group of founders about the importance of recruiting. They mentioned two things:...

Does China have a housing bubble? Here’s why nobody knows for...

Throughout 2013, China’s housing market surged. That run may finally be over. + Q1 home sales in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen fell more...

Where Is China’s Debt Bomb Hiding?

As fears rise of companies going bankrupt and local governments defaulting, and with speculation mounting about a coming “Bear Stearns Moment,” it’s worth looking...

What is Happening with China Home Prices?

Hope prices continue to skyrocket in China, defying government intervention and rational analysis. The total value of homes sold in China in September was...

Should You Consider Near-Sourcing?

China is a manufacturing powerhouse. In the last three decades, China moved up from seventh to second place in the list of the world’s...

“Real Life” Language Lessons

A recently transferred employee from Shanghai nails his pitch to Mr. Smith in Chicago, but stumbles when talking to Mr. Chen from San Francisco....