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Chinese Firm Breaks into the High Tech Smart City Market
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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 25 Mar 2016

Chinese Firm Breaks into the High Tech Smart City Market

Huawei has been successful in extending its leadership position in the ICT area to the smart city market. Its Safe City Solution has reportedly been deployed in more than 100 cities globally in collaboration with multiple technological partners.
The Longmay Gaffe: Communications Lapse or Governance Gap?
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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 24 Mar 2016

The Longmay Gaffe: Communications Lapse or Governance Gap?

US Keeps the Lead in International Patent Filing but the Chinese are Catching Up
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By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 23 Mar 2016

US Keeps the Lead in International Patent Filing but the Chinese are Catching Up

Recommended Readings for the Week
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Recommended Readings for the Week

An article in the Wall Street Journal discusses the difficulties experienced by some US colleges in helping their Chinese students assimilate with the local culture and student body.
Reforms in Chinese Public Science Research and Development
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Reforms in Chinese Public Science Research and Development

China’s new plan envisions that by 2020, research and development (R&D) investment will account for 2.5 percent of GDP.
Wall Street Sea Turtles: Assets or Liabilities?
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Wall Street Sea Turtles: Assets or Liabilities?

The increasing number of Chinese Americans returning from Wall Street to China presents both a challenge as well as opportunities to the modernization of China’s financial sector.
Rail Technology: The Amazing Catch Up that Propelled the Chinese Economy
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Rail Technology: The Amazing Catch Up that Propelled the Chinese Economy

The successive wins of rail contracts in HSR and urban rolling stock in the US attest to the price competitiveness and technological sophistication of indigenous Chinese rail technology.
Paying Banks to Lend: The New ECB Measures and Structural Reforms

Paying Banks to Lend: The New ECB Measures and Structural Reforms

Banks can borrow money from the central bank at an initial interest rate of 0 percent, subject to the condition that the money will be lent to consumers and businesses, not for mortgages or any speculative activity.
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