Patrick Chovanec: Can Sanction Lead to Progress in Ukraine Crisis? - 7th Mar

Are sanctions the way to bring a new level of talks to the Ukraine crisis? Silvercrest Asset Management’s Patrick Chovanec joins MoneyBeat with a look at how investors should watch international turmoil.  Source: Mar 4, 2014, Wall Street Journal

Matthew Wisla: Copy of China - 26th Feb

Matthew Wisla made a presentation on The Conference Board ( Meeting of the Strategic Communications Council ) in Atlanta, GA on October 10, 2013. Source: MatthewWisla.com

Jane Horan: The Obstacles Asian Women Face Climbing the Ladder - 20th Feb

Feb. 17 (Bloomberg) — Jane Horan, author of “How Asian Women Lead: Lessons for Global Corporations,” discusses the obstacles Asian women face while climbing the corporate ladder. She speaks with Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television’s “First Up.”  Source: February 17, … Continued

Wonder Woman: The Event Engineer - 12th Feb

(Elizabeth Haenle, Co-founder and President of SAGE worldwide is interviewed by City Weekend.) In the fall of 2012, event planner Elizabeth Haenle was putting the finishing touches on the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse’s first Western-style wedding for a Chinese couple. She designed … Continued

Patrick Chovanec: “1Q 2014: Desperately Seeking Demand” - 7th Feb

We have just completed a year that saw sluggish growth and soaring stock prices. That combination makes a lot of people anxious. It shouldn’t, necessarily. Pessimists point out that the S&P 500’s total return of 32.4% in 2013 was driven mainly by … Continued

Ken Miller: Gold Vault Opens in Shanghai Free-Trade Zone - 24th Jan

Bloomberg’s Stephen Engle reports on a new private gold vault opening in Shanghai’s Free-Trade Zone which will accommodate China’s growing appetite for gold. Ken Miller talks about his views on Shanghai Free-Trade Zone. Source: November 11, 2013, Bloomberg

Ken Miller: Plenum Leaves Many Questions Unanswered - 24th Jan

Bloomberg’s Stephen Engle reports on the conclusion of the 3rd Party Plenum which is leaving a lot more questions than answers. Ken Miller was interviewed about the questions Plenum leaves.  Source: November 12, 2013, Bloomberg

Parag Khanna: Against Growth Market Pessimism - 22nd Jan

SINGAPORE — In 2009, the Financial Times and other media confidently predicted that China’s economy had “hit a wall” and that China’s entire political order could come crashing down as both imports and exports collapsed in the wake of the … Continued

Paul Haenle:What Does a New Type of Great-Power Relations Mean for the United States and China?中美新型大国关系意味着什么 - 19th Jan

Summary: There is a growing imperative for the United States and China to manage their inevitable disagreements and competition while deepening cooperation on common global challenges. This Chinese New Year started off with a bang. Not the typical symphony of … Continued

Paul Haenle:Charm Offensive at Sea - 19th Jan

Summary: Since Chinese President Xi Jinping came into office, he has recognized that the success of his domestic agenda depends on the efficacy of China’s regional diplomacy to create a more welcoming environment. Since Chinese President Xi Jinping began his … Continued

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