Blogs

M&A Away!

Now may be the prime time for logistics companies to be scouting out potential local M&A candidates.

Capitalist Roader and Red Dragon funds: Testing 2,500 again

The SCI continues to lose steam, but our funds remain optimistic

China to US: Send more smackdowns

Scripted, ridiculous American professional wrestling is a hit in China. It's less weird than it sounds.

Capitalist Roader and Red Dragon funds: Soy milk

The Capitalist Roader snaps out of inaction with a consumer play

If China falls...

Sooner or later all good things end. How will you negotiate with a post-boom China?

Stop the cameras

An insidious combination of market and policy errors made Chinese studios lose millions in theaters this year.

Fly first, ask questions later

China’s private jet owners are taking the skies into their own hands

Capitalist Roader and Red Dragon funds: Action vs. Inaction

The Capitalist Roader stays put, while the Red Dragon goes in for some speculative trading

Capitalist Roader and Red Dragon funds: Action vs. Inaction

The Capitalist Roader stays put, while the Red Dragon goes in for some speculative trading

The Lamborghini Index

How to take the temperature of China's tycoons

Away from Shanghai and Beijing, the property market is cooling gently

A new report by Standard Chartered shows Tier 2 and 3 cities are not seeing the same sharp falls in property sales as Shanghai and Beijing

Hollywood comes to China

Will the Hollywood back catalogue be turned into Chinese films?

Geely will announce its Volvo deal today

I never thought the day would come, but here it is - Geely buys Volvo for $1.8 billion

A different kind of harmony

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton makes waves in the South China Sea

Weight of life

Graham Earnshaw walks west from Shanghai when he has the time, always starting from the last place he stopped. This month we find him in Dingyuan village, Sichuan province

China's largest-ever foreign takeover collapses

A $1.6 billion deal for Charles River to buy Wuxi PharmaTech has been torpedoed

Customers at IKEA must register passport numbers to buy kitchen knives

To prevent terrorism during the Expo, Shanghai authorities are requiring customers purchasing kitchen knives to register their identification. Other product lines should be included.

Cheap flights to Tokyo and more competition in Beijing

Foreign airlines are going to be given more flight slots at Beijing Capital, and Spring Airlines undercuts its rivals

China's steel mills dodge another bullet

Every time the Chinese government tries to clamp down on the steel sector, the mills manage to wriggle out

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