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Insights 9 minute READ 05/25/2021

Huarong was born from one global crisis. Will it survive the next?

This article originally was published by SupChina on May 19, 2021. Perhaps no state-owned entity has received more attention this past month than Huarong Asset Management Co., a publicly listed [..]

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Dataset 4 minute READ 04/16/2021

Counterfeit Goods Series: Shareable Dataset on Seizures in Hotspot Shenzhen, China

We are pleased to launch the first of our quarterly reports on intellectual property infringement based on goods confiscated by the Shenzhen Customs Administration during the first quarter of 2021. In [..]

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Insights 7 minute READ 04/07/2021

Chinese Communist Party Cells in Private Companies: Though Not Yet Universal, Increasingly Situated to Play Greater Roles in Corporate Governance

Private companies in China are under greater pressure than ever before to give the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) more say in corporate governance. Yet in spite of this pressure, less than half of all [..]

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Insights 2 minute READ 02/18/2021

Downstream Holdings of China’s HNA Group Vulnerable After Multi-Billion Dollar Embezzlement Scandal

Chinese aviation investment conglomerate HNA Group is facing bankruptcy proceedings that will result in restructuring for 500 of HNA’s subsidiaries, according to media sources. By combining public [..]

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Reports 1 minute READ 12/22/2020

The World’s Largest Shareholders: Understanding China’s National and Regional SASACs

Anyone investigating China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) will eventually come across their primary owner, one of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commissions (SASAC). There [..]

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Insights 4 minute READ 11/24/2020

“Chinese Military Companies” Under China’s Military-Civil Fusion Strategy

The U.S. Department of Commerce is considering designating 89 Chinese companies as “military end users,” Reuters reported yesterday. This is the latest in a series of U.S. actions targeting [..]

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Insights 1 minute READ 09/16/2020

U.S. Restricts Imports from Select Xinjiang Entities, While Considering Legal Implications of Wider Import Bans

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced on Monday it would delay an industry-wide ban of tomato and cotton produced in Xinjiang, a region in Northwest China. Our research shows that if such [..]

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