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Starting a Business in the Larger Global Context: Tips and Advice

Wednesday,Mar 23, 2016

By: Wang Huiyao, Miao Lü

 

  • America’s Competitors Angle for Silicon Valley’s Business

    Mr. Trump’s plans, combined with an American political climate that has left many immigrants feeling less welcome, has cast a pall of uncertainty over the American tech industry, which relies heavily on highly skilled workers from abroad. But while entrepreneurs and executives in the United States are fretting, other countries — including Mexico, Canada and China — are salivating over the Trump administration’s rumblings.

  • Kim-Moon Summit: The process is far important than the results

    As a crystallization of the historical Panmunjom Declaration, the President of the Republic of Korea (ROK) Moon Jae-in and the leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kim Jong Un are holding their third summit from September 18 to 20.

  • CPEC: Building job opportunities

    China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a pilot project under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). BRI involves almost 80 countries and 6 planned economic corridors.

  • 【CGTN】What does the unpleasant end of G7 reflect?

    Trump has again grabbed the world’s attention as the US president has retracted his endorsement of the G7 joint statement, after the summit ended.

  • China seeks independent thinkers amid policymaking challenges

    Dongguan Talent Institute submitted a report early last year to local officials that showed the region’s nascent robotics industry was craving new talent. Months later, measures were unveiled to attract top brains, including payments of 6,000 yuan (HK$7,000) for graduates and up to 20,000 yuan for doctoral students.