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Investing after commodities super-cycle

ACCORDING to conventional wisdom, the challenges of global commodities can be attributed to China’s slowdown. Advanced economies are not immune. In the US, just two commodity-related sectors — oil and ...

Dan Steinbock | May 5, 2016, Thursday

Expensive ‘lesson’ doesn’t mar opinion of city

When I came across the Shanghai Daily’s article on April 14 about a teahouse owner who cheated two Japanese tourists by charging exorbitantly high sums for a few cups of tea, I was wistfully reminded of...

Justin Kor | May 5, 2016, Thursday

Energy reforms call for long-term thinking

THE diplomats have done their job, concluding the Paris climate agreement in December. And political leaders gathered recently at the United Nations to sign the new accord. But implementation is the tough ...

Jeffrey D. Sachs | May 4, 2016, Wednesday

Where’s the best place to start a new company?

Imagine that you could open a business anywhere. Where would you choose?...

Arturo Bris | May 4, 2016, Wednesday

Old treatise on aging filled with timeless wisdom for all people

IN much of China today, the question “how old are you?” is still an acceptable way to start a conversation. Chinese idealize the elderly as enlightened bearers of wisdom, worthy of greater veneration. ...

Wan Lixin | April 29, 2016, Friday

The right time for climate action is now

DURING most of the roughly three decades since climate change became a global concern, governments optimistically assumed that a green transition would happen naturally over time, as rising fossil-fuel ...

Simon Upton | April 28, 2016, Thursday

Educators should not get carried away by games

AS a post threshold teacher of science in the UK, I now return to my native land to offer British A-level teacher-training courses to Chinese teachers....

Jun Yang-Williams | April 28, 2016, Thursday

Pleasures of reading lost among people driven to distraction by online nonsense

In honor of World Book Day, which falls on April 23, China News Service published a photo that day showing dozens of young people reading on a Beijing metro car. This observance, established by UNESCO ...

Wan Lixin | April 27, 2016, Wednesday

Attracting the right talent is about more than money

It appears that companies operate in two economic realities....

Howard Yu | April 27, 2016, Wednesday

Spirit of partnership can help HQs add real value

Executives often mock the contribution of head offices to their subsidiaries....

Cyril Bouquet and Jean-Louis Barsoux | April 26, 2016, Tuesday

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