Archive for May, 2010

Briefly….Top Ten Tweets (From Relationships, Gifts & Jeepzters, To Soft Protectionism, The Everywhere Party & Prison)

Friday, May 28th, 2010

This week (somewhat delayed and contracted thanks to lots of travel and little time) we have a quick round-up of last week’s news from ChinaBlogTweets, our Twitter feed. Enjoy:. 1. RMB RT @niubi: China Daily-Yuan revaluation may remain on back burner renminbi not going anywhere anytime soon? $$ 2. RT @fonstuinstra: China Speakers Bureau: […]

Event: Interesting Times – Whither China? London 24 June, HBS Alumni Club of London

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

We are pleased to promote this upcoming China event, where we will be represented on the panel… A Joint HBS Alumni Club of London and LBS Alumni Club Event: INTERESTING TIMES – WHITHER CHINA? “China’s growth continues to fascinate, perplex and trouble western observers. This panel will explore China’s economic growth, the elements of the […]

Briefly…Top Ten Tweets (From FDI, Gini & Tragedy, To Confidence, Research & Negotiation)

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

Now that the dust has settled, we once again take a look at the pick of last week’s news (taken from our ChinaBlogTweets Twitter feed). Our summary is followed by a list of the original tweets and links to the news sources. While China’s economy looks pretty healthy from most foreign shores, it is of […]

Briefly…Top Ten Tweets (From Consumer Brands, Growth & Reverse Innovation, To Lobbying, Non-Strategy & Digital Generations)

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Last week’s news has been sifted and sorted from our Twitter feed, ChinaBlogTweets, and we are pleased to present our highlights below… The UN’s latest projected growth rate for China is 9.5% in 2010. Despite inflationary fears (and recent reports do show a rise of 2.8%), and bank debt worries, those popular domestic consumers are […]

Briefly…Top Ten Tweets (From State Secrets & Indigenous Innovation, To Shanghai Expo & IP Innovatisation)

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Last week’s news, from our ChinaBlogTweets Twitter feed, has been filtered for some of the most relevant business news. Worries about China’s business environment (for foreign businesses) continue, and state secrets and indigenous innovation are fanning the flames. Some protectionist moves perhaps, but for FDI the message is that you must comply. Of course, some […]