Asia

What’s Next for China?

Already the world’s second-largest economy, China’s future—and the future of companies doing business there—depends on overcoming significant hurdles.Here's what CEOs had to say at a roundtable at the CEO of the Year.

Are You Ready to Take on China’s Next-Generation Competitors?

The broad middle markets of China, India, and Brazil are where most of the growth of the next decade will be found. It will be hard for any firm to be among the global market leaders in 2020 unless they have a meaningful share of this. The trouble is, the next-generation companies in China such as Haier, Geely, and others that are stepping onto the global stage as tough competitors are already positioning themselves to dominate these markets.

Riding the Chinese Dragon

How East Asian Companies Sidestep Direct Competition and Seek Instead to Profit from China's Rapid Growth.

Shanghai: World City?

Part III of a three-part series on Expo and the future of Shanghai

Is China the New India?

China’s burgeoning outsourcing industry faces formidable challenges. But it also has the resources to overcome them.

Procter & Gamble CEO A. G. Lafley: A. G. Lafley On Developing Markets

Lafley sees huge upsides in new markets, both for corporate profits and international harmony.

The Three Capitals of China

When Steve Fitz was searching for the right city in which to establish an Asian regional headquarters for EMC two years ago, he weighed...

Protecting Trade Secrets in China

How CEOs must build intellectual property strategies.

The Global Growth Imperative

Asian Markets Are Major Theme of CEO Summit
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