Ni Tao

Ni Tao

Ni Tao is a journalist-turned-entrepreneur who specialises in cross-cultural communication. He is an independent business analyst and university lecturer. He received his BA from Fudan University’s School of International Relations and Public Affairs.

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The View | How learning from US best practices can aid China’s corporate fraud fight

The trial over Kangmei Pharmaceutical’s financial practices and subsequent mass resignation of external directors from 24 listed companies shows the need for reform. Capital markets remains one area where China can and should emulate the US.

The trial over Kangmei Pharmaceutical’s financial practices and subsequent mass resignation of external directors from 24 listed companies shows the need for reform. Capital markets remains one area where China can and should emulate the US.

30 Nov 2021 - 4:10AM
Opinion | China’s education crackdown is a welcome move away from a profit-obsessed growth model

Despite the temptation to see the edtech squeeze as a harbinger of stronger regulatory headwinds, it is in fact more of an epiphany. The merits of entrepreneurship and equity financing will increasingly be judged by how they benefit or undermine China’s development.

Despite the temptation to see the edtech squeeze as a harbinger of stronger regulatory headwinds, it is in fact more of an epiphany. The merits of entrepreneurship and equity financing will increasingly be judged by how they benefit or undermine China’s development.

11 Aug 2021 - 9:15AM
Opinion | How China can turn the trade war into a ‘strategic opportunity’ to ascend to global leadership

The strategist behind China’s ‘peaceful rise’ is back with a new theory: Beijing can seize a ‘great strategic opportunity’ to lead the next phase of globalisation as Donald Trump continues with his trade war.

The strategist behind China’s ‘peaceful rise’ is back with a new theory: Beijing can seize a ‘great strategic opportunity’ to lead the next phase of globalisation as Donald Trump continues with his trade war.

25 Oct 2018 - 12:21PM