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GEP in China Press Centre

2012

December 2012

March 2012

February 2012

January 2012

2011

November 2011

Same article in Mandarin in China Press:

      Caijing.com.cn

      Finance.ifeng.com

      Sina.com.cn

      96369.net

      Sme.gov.cn

 

May 2011

2010

December 2010

Press Releases on the GEP Conference in China November 2010

Chinese Stories

 

Graduate jobs, rising wages forecast in China's economic changes:

 

Martin Wolf - Ending investment-led growth model key to sustaining growth in China

 

September 2010

  • Wine and dine [pdf] Alex Newman a lecturer at Nottingham University Business School in Ningbo, on how Chinese SME's wine and dine investors to secure financing.

June 2010

2009

October 2009

June 2009

June 2009

  • China will learn from Rio Tinto debacle [pdf]
    by Shujie Yao
    China has suffered a 'painful lesson' from the failure of the ill-fated tie-up bid between Chinalco and Rio Tinto, GEP's leading Chinese economist has claimed.

April 2009

  • China the big G20 winner, says Yao [pdf]
    by Shujie Yao
    China emerged as the biggest winner from the 'historic' G20 summit in London, according to GEP's leading Chinese economist.

March 2009

  • Partnerships crucial to sustaining China's boom [pdf]
    by Zhihong Yu, Alessandria Guariglia and David Greenaway
    Foreign and domestic firms in China need to work in partnership if the country's economic boom is to continue  in the face of the worldwide financial crisis, new research has shown.
  • Head of CWE programme visits China [pdf]
    by Professor Shujie Yao
    The Economist who suggested the credit crunch has given China a 'once-in-a-century chance' to cement superpower status, is delivering a series of major lectures in the country.
  • Global meltdown gives China once-in-a-century chance to complete rise [pdf]
    by Professor Shujie Yao
    China could now boast the world’s second-largest economy – a decade ahead of most predictions – thanks to the credit crunch, a leading Chinese economist has claimed.

2008

Press Releases on papers from GEP Conference on 'China and the World Economy November 2008'

October 2008

January 2008

2007

November 2007

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