Jonathan Woetzel

Jonathan Woetzel is head of the McKinsey Global Institute in Asia.
Jonathan Woetzel
Jonathan Woetzel is head of the McKinsey Global Institute in Asia.

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The View | It’s not just about China. Asian economies are integrating rapidly, fuelling regional growth

Asia’s massive economic bloc is growing in a complementary fashion, with more regional investments and collaborations as integration intensifies. But this is no closed shop and opportunities abound for those ready for the ‘Asian Century’.

19 Sep 2019 - 11:20AM

Asia’s massive economic bloc is growing in a complementary fashion, with more regional investments and collaborations as integration intensifies. But this is no closed shop and opportunities abound for those ready for the ‘Asian Century’.

It’s not just about China. Asian economies are integrating rapidly, fuelling regional growth
Opinion | How North Korea could be an economic powerhouse if planners look beyond its natural resources

Efforts to kick-start the North Korean economy that focus on human capital, connectivity and the adoption of market mechanisms could reinvigorate South Korea, too.

12 Oct 2018 - 6:56PM

Efforts to kick-start the North Korean economy that focus on human capital, connectivity and the adoption of market mechanisms could reinvigorate South Korea, too.

How North Korea could be an economic powerhouse if planners look beyond its natural resources
Five trillion reasons for China to push ahead with economic reforms

Fred Hu and Jonathan Woetzel say Beijing cannot afford to shirk the challenge of raising productivity to address its growth challenges and create long-term prosperity.

21 Apr 2016 - 5:36PM

Fred Hu and Jonathan Woetzel say Beijing cannot afford to shirk the challenge of raising productivity to address its growth challenges and create long-term prosperity.

Five trillion reasons for China to push ahead with economic reforms
It’s a shame to let a China food scandal go to waste
What everyone is getting wrong about urbanization in China
China real estate is now like Dubai before the crash
Post-divorce, Chang'an Ford has lost weight and is looking good
Why Chinese state-owned banks are now in the eye of the storm
One Hour China | The five drivers of China’s Internet deal frenzy

You can’t go a week without hearing of a new acquisition by Baidu, Alibaba or Tencent. While China’s Internet giants have been doing acquisitions for years, the last three months can best be described as a frenzy.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:44PM

You can’t go a week without hearing of a new acquisition by Baidu, Alibaba or Tencent. While China’s Internet giants have been doing acquisitions for years, the last three months can best be described as a frenzy.

The five drivers of China’s Internet deal frenzy
Eight cool facts about the new 100-million-person Beijing megacity