July’s China Economic Review is now out. Read it online or peruse your physical, dead-tree copy in style and at your leisure.
This month’s cover story is on Hong Kong’s handover, 10 years on. Check out this piece on mainland companies listing in Hong Kong, and this long Q&A with Pearl River Delta expert Michael Enright on Hong Kong and the region’s future. We’ve also got bits on India in our ongoing series.
Some good ones this month from our stable of columnists (yes, we keep them right here on Huaihai Road, and we give them fresh hay daily). There’s Tom Doctoroff, marketing man-about-town, (see him hosting a web TV show here!) confirming our deepest suspicions — luxury brands in China are propped up by marketing dollars to stake-out market share, not to serve any real customer base. The Beijing Calling column discusses Blackstone, Bates Gill (you read that right), looks at US and Chinese pols and making dialog work, while Graeme Johnston dissects the anti-monopoly law.
There’s plenty more besides, including our MBA supplement, until the next issue.
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