Declining crude oil prices, diverging growth rates, an appreciating US dollar and depreciating euro and yen, as well as widening interest rate and risk spreads continue to affect the global economy. Despite Hong Kong’s 2014 economic growth falling below the average of 4.5 percent spanning over the past 10 years, investors remain cautiously confident in […]Read more "Taxation: Hong Kong Budget: Steps in the Right Direction, What’s Next?"
The economic recovery in the United States has been seemingly robust after years of stimulus measures, while Europe is facing a tougher time in overcoming its woes. Meanwhile, China is managing the expectations for its GDP growth to a more realistic level. Against a global backdrop of uncertainty and volatility, Hong Kong may expect a […]Read more "Finance & Economics: A Survey of Global Economic Trend"
Since its establishment in 1993, Shenzhen-based SF Express has become one of China’s leading courier services companies, with some 340,000 employees, 16,000 vehicles, 18 aircraft and 12,000 service centers across the local and overseas markets. In a recent visit, AmCham delegates are reminded of the exponential growth of commerce in China and how Chinese companies […]Read more "Transportation & Logistics: SF Express: A Case Study of an Expanding Logistics Company in China"
The China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), founded in 1994 and a collaboration between the European Foundation for Management Development and Jiaotong University in Shanghai, seeks to set itself apart in a country undergoing tremendous economic development. President and Chair Professor Dr. Pedro Nueno explains the purpose of advanced business education in driving entrepreneurship and […]Read more "Education: A Center of Modern Managerial Knowledge"