Book Reviews

China anti-trust: Can a book make you competition law compliant?

A recently published book on Chinese competition law is helping foreign companies negotiate the complicated landscape of Chinese anti-trust

The Biggest Migration in Human History

“By 2030, when China’s urban population is projected to swell to one billion, its cities will be home to one in every eight people on earth.

China’s Superbank

China Development Bank reinvented the rules of financing for local government projects, before rolling this model out to domestic Chinese companies

The 10 Trillion Prize

The $10 Trillion Prize: Captivating the Newly Affluent in China and India

The lure of the Chinese consumer has tantalised global business since the beginning of openness and reform in the late 1970s

The Orgy of Consumerism and Waste: Are We the Last Generation on Earth?

In his new book, Toxic Capitalism, European Chamber Public Procurement Working Group Chair Gilbert Van Kerckhove calls attention to an aberrant strain of capitalism being practiced in Europe

Designated Drivers: How China Plans to Dominate the Global Auto Industry

In a new book, G.E. Anderson sheds light on the nature of ownership, business-government relations, central-local relations, innovative capacity and the perceived role of foreign players in China.