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What is meant by China’s ‘Go Out’ policy?

What is meant by China’s ‘Go Out’ policy?

As we all know, China’s economy for the past few decades has been generally summed-up in one phrase: “inward foreign direct investment”. From the late 1980s, the nation became the globe’s favorite centre for manufacturing, and Western companies flocked to get their slice of cheap Chinese labor […]

China’s foreign exchange controls

China’s foreign exchange controls

In a Chinese bank, we often see a lot of expats standing in line to transfer their money back to/from their own country, and becoming frustrated about how annoying it can be to prepare all of the documents needed to get through the money exchange process. The […]

Meet Maxxelli—Bethy Wang

Meet Maxxelli—Bethy Wang

Last time, we had an opportunity to meet our project manager Robert van Aert from the Netherlands. In this month’s meeting Maxxelli, we would like to introduce our new intern Bethy Wang.  Let’s start with a quick bio. Can you tell us a bit more about your […]

[INFOGRAPHIC] Chongqing: Chicago on the Yangtze

[INFOGRAPHIC] Chongqing: Chicago on the Yangtze

Chongqing, the largest municipality in China, is located in the southwest of inland China. Having been separated from Sichuan province and made into a municipality in 1997, Chongqing has since enjoyed tremendous economic growth. Playing the role of one of the key central cities involved in the […]

What do people mean by ‘second-tier’ China?

What do people mean by ‘second-tier’ China?

To followers of developments in China, hearing and seeing discussion of the booming ‘second-tier’ Chinese cities is hardly a novelty. Just like during the rapid development of eastern ‘first-tier’ cities twenty years ago, the new era of progress in cities generally to the western inland regions of […]

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