Sze Wah Leong

Sze Wah Leong

For now, China will focus on another wave of economic reform | Opinion , Commentary | THE DAILY STA...

Fung Global Institute - On Nov. 12, the Third Plenary of the 18th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party announced a major turn to market-oriented policies: interest-rate and currency liberalization, reform of banks and state enterprises, clearer land ownership for rural inhabitants and a better deal for ...

William Overholt

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Seven Million Grads Transform China's Workforce in High-Tech Threat to U.S. - Yahoo Finance

"We're going to have to compete with Chinese banks and Chinese insurance companies and Chinese software companies," said William Overholt, president of the Fung Global Institute in Hong Kong. "We're not used to thinking of China as a powerhouse in these areas. " That change is already ...

William Overholt

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Asia's Miracle Economies: The Fear Factor - The Nation

Fung Global Institute - In the first part of a two-part interview, Senior Fellow William Overholt compares the experiences of Asia's miracle economies in the 70s and 80s, and the region's emerging markets as they industralize today...

China's New Reforms in Theory and Practice | Opinion | The Moscow Times

William Overholt is a senior fellow at the Fung Global Institute and the Harvard University Asia Center. © Project Syndicate ...

Gonzalo Raffo InfoNews: CHINA´S XI FACTOR / PROJECT SYNDICATE

Fung Global Institute - HONG KONG – Before China’s leadership transition earlier this year, experts said that the Chinese Communist Party was intent on preventing a larger-than-life personality from assuming power. The CCP, it was argued, wanted someone more like the bureaucratic outgoing leader, Hu Jintao, rather ...

Gonzalo Raffo InfoNews: CHANGING THE ECONOMY : THE LONG WEEKEND / THE ECONOMIST

Fung Global Institute - Yet there are potential dangers to this “skewed reform”, as Louis Kuijs of the Royal Bank of Scotland puts it. Were China, for example, to liberalise interest rates and capital flows without removing any of the SOEs’ privileges, it might find that finance simply flows more freely to the ...

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