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  1. Lessons for cross-cultural Korean-Chinese business

    Posted Nov 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... is to become a specialist in one area, but I would also like to apply my knowledge and experience to developing cross-cultural Korean-Chinese business in a multinational environment. ... in laser-marking applications. Now, she is making her name as a fast rising executive with Samjong KPMG Consulting, handling a variety of business process restructuring projects. In which ways did ...

  2. Business school shines light on the Asian way

    Posted Jul 18th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Professor Wong Tak-jun, dean of the faculty of business administration at Chinese University (CUHK). 'That means talking about alternative governance and ownership structures and understanding ... John Cremer Every MBA programme must reflect evolving views and changing practices affecting the global business environment. In doing that, business schools have plenty of scope ...

  3. Business schools mean business

    Posted Nov 14th 2011, 12:00am

    ... cent in the number of students from Europe,' he says. T.J. Wong, chair professor of accountancy and dean of Chinese University's Business School, believes Hong Kong business schools ... Chris Davis It might have been valid more than a decade ago to say the city did not have a good business school. Today, Hong Kong is a key international hub for business education, ...

  4. 'New' Business School sustains mainland links

    Posted Dec 02nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... Hilda Poon The Rebranding The Chinese University of Hong Kong's (CUHK) faculty of business administration was rebranded with a new logo in October 2011, and as part of the exercise, it became known as the CUHK Business School. 'The new brand is one component of a wider drive to communicate the strengths of our research and teaching,' said Professor TJ Wong, dean ...

  5. HK takes new step in yuan business

    Posted Sep 06th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Enoch Yiu enoch.yiu@scmp.com Hong Kong-listed companies can now raise yuan through share placements or rights issues after the city's stock exchange announced guidelines on mainland currency-denominated offerings yesterday. Bryan Chan Ping-keung, hea ...

  6. Hotan attack takes a toll on business

    Posted Jul 25th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Choi Chi-yuk in Hotan chiyuk.choi@scmp.com Fears of further violent incidents, coupled with growing misunderstanding between the minority Han Chinese and the Uygurs, is taking its toll on businesses in Hotan, Xinjiang, a week after 18 people were killed in an attack on a police station in the city. On the first weekend after the attack, streets around Unity Square in the heart ...

  7. The business star who fell from grace

    Posted Jun 10th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Quinton Chan quinton.chan@scmp.com Lily Chiang Lai-lei, now headed for jail, was once considered one of the city's most successful businesswomen. She is the fourth daughter of industrialist Chiang Chen, who founded Chen Hsong Holdings and was known a ...

  8. Water businesses eye opportunities beyond China

    Posted Apr 25th 2011, 12:00am

    ... of the companies presents risks and opportunities. 'We're starting to see Chinese companies looking at water projects in the Middle East and Australia. We've noticed an increasing focus on international markets when we talk to them. A few years ago, Chinese water companies said they were flat-out in China,' said Thomas Luckock, partner at law firm Norton Rose Group. In the past 18 ...

  9. India should stick to business in Africa

    Posted Jun 07th 2011, 12:00am

    ... the vast gap between India's toehold and China's solid presence. Over 2,000 Chinese companies operate in Africa, compared with about 250 from India. China's trade with Africa exceeds ... But rather than simply stating that India is interested in having a healthy business relationship with Africa, officials and business leaders have been clambering onto the moral high ground. ...

  10. Chinese factories must give workers a voice in decisions

    Posted Dec 13th 2011, 12:00am

    ... factories to lower their labour costs in order to stay in business, there is a more important reason for this unrest- the authoritative management style of most Chinese factories. This unrest has ... is a more important cause of worker unhappiness than the changes by themselves. As a result, workers have apparently decided that if factory management will not respect their rights under Chinese ...




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