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U.S. ED Leaders Report Germany as Top Source Of International Prospects

In Avalanche Consulting’s latest biannual survey in July, 104 economic developers indicate that 17 percent of economic development prospects come from foreign countries, the same share reported in 2011. ...Full Article

Grasping the Changing Chinese Market

By Ian Butcher In this, the Year of the Snake, many well-established companies are finding the dramatic changes in China to be a serpent that is hard to grasp. ...Full Article

Chinese Growth Set for Lower Lows

By Mark A. DeWeaver China is slowing fast. Since hitting a post-financial crisis high of 11.9 percent in the first quarter of 2010, Chinese quarterly GDP growth has risen in ...Full Article

London: £1 Billion to Transform Royal Albert Dock

ABP, a successful China-based developer, will create a state-of-the-art business area to act as a gateway into Europe for Chinese and Asian business. The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, ...Full Article

13 Rules for Doing Business in China

By Stanley Chao Doing business in China is a daunting task, so complicated that I (along with many others) can write books about it, and consultants can make their ...Full Article

China’s Offshore Wind Industry Enters Large-Scale Development

China’s offshore wind energy industry is moving to the fast lane. In November 2012, Longyuan Wind Power completed 150 MW in an offshore wind demonstration project in Rudong, Jiangsu ...Full Article

Facilities Management Poised to Lead China’s Transformation

Hong Kong skyline. Facility management and corporate real estate professionals will play a central role in the design and planning of the growth of China’s mostly state-owned, national corporations, ...Full Article

2013 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index Released

During the next five years, 20th-century manufacturing stalwarts like the United States, Germany and Japan will be challenged to maintain their competitive edge against emerging nations such as China, ...Full Article