Understanding China

2 Mar 15, 9:36am
Professor Ang says despite the advantages of modern technology, the emphasis is still on individual organisations to keep themselves informed, up-to-date, and communicate well
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24 Feb 15, 5:00am
Professor Ang says China is considering reforms to free up investment, but warns that fewer entry barriers can only mean more intense competition
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17 Feb 15, 12:11pm
Professor Ang looks at the place where business and culture intersect and finds that traders need a sensitive antenna to adjust regionally as well as by country
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13 Feb 15, 5:45am
PwC previews the huge changes coming in purchasing power between countries to explain why New Zealand's economic future will be bound more to China and Asia in the planable future
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10 Feb 15, 1:18pm
Professor Ang says global automakers are the canary in the mine of lower economic growth in China
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17 Dec 14, 9:08am
Professor Ang looks ahead to what's in store for China in 2015 and how 2014 and 2015 will impact NZ businesses
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4 Dec 14, 5:03am
Professor Ang reviews the benefits and pitfalls of foreign direct investment by Chinese companies in NZ and by NZ firms in China
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26 Nov 14, 5:00am
Professor Ang and Yuri Seo highlight the important points for NZ in both the AU-China and NZ-Korea FTAs signed in Brisbane
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18 Nov 14, 9:04am
Victoria University's Siah Hwee Ang argues expecting the Chinese economy to grow 7% annually is like asking WalMart to grow by 7% a year
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11 Nov 14, 12:22pm
Professor Ang says the ASEAN Economic Community may provide China with a useful opportunity to help sustain its economic growth
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4 Nov 14, 11:46am
NZ universities should chase the Chinese tertiary education market in a joint effort, says Professor Ang
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21 Oct 14, 11:14am
New Zealand needs to tread carefully because many aspects of Australia’s Plan B with China will run into New Zealand’s Plan A. Professor Ang suggests how we can still benefit
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14 Oct 14, 10:41am
China is flexing its financial muscles notes Professor Ang, and it is making some allies on the way. Will its money hold them together?
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7 Oct 14, 12:01pm
Exporting is only a first step says Professor Ang. The real international growth comes when our companies embed themselves in host markets, getting into their value chains
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30 Sep 14, 9:32am
Professor Ang calls for a more nuanced approach to our international trade, seeing exporting as only a first step. Being involved in the value chain is a crucial next level
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23 Sep 14, 9:10am
Christina Stringer says there is an urgent need for New Zealand companies to upgrade their GVCs to avoid becoming little more than Chinese cost centres
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16 Sep 14, 8:55am
China's move to a more transparent, rule-of-law business environment is driving the anti-corruption, anti-monopoly campaigns says Professor Ang. The process is not smooth but should yield better business opportunities
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9 Sep 14, 9:00am
Professor Ang looks at China’s campaign against anti-competitive behaviour and asks whether foreign firms are being targeted
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2 Sep 14, 9:34am
Professor Ang shows how China's urbanisation process is creating an easier path for New Zealand companies to focus their marketing energies, avoiding being swallowed up in the mega-cities
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26 Aug 14, 10:53am
Arthur Chin deconstructs the half-empty glass of the challenges in building successful international trade, looking for the half-full glass when interests are aligned
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