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Stryker China’s Managing Director William Jin on China’s medical device market You trained as a general surgeon but moved into the medical business. Why did you change careers? I graduated from Shanghai Second Medical University in 1989,

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Q&A with Dan Chen, co-founder of the education advisory firm Aegis Advisors Dan Chen is a co-founder of the education advisory firm Aegis Advisors, which specializes in admissions to boarding schools and universities in the U.S. and

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Jeroen de Groot is President of the China division of Metro AG, the Germany-based cash-and-carry food company. His past roles include serving as the company’s managing director in Poland, Hungary and Russia. He holds a degree in

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For journalists, China is rich ground. The vicissitudes of the country’s modern history, its economic rise and the creation of many robber baron-like fortunes provide reams of compelling content. Often, though, the opinions and observations of the

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As China’s economy slows and local firms become more competitive, many foreign manufacturers are reassessing their operational and commercial business models, Jay Hoenig and Jon Anderson of East West Associates tell Insight Adjusting to new economic conditions Foreign companies

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U.S. executives say the economic transformation now taking place could create challenges but lead to sustainable growth in the long term Last year was tough for the Chinese economy. Stock market fluctuations, the unexpected adjustment in the

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It could be another decade or two before self-driving vehicles hit the road commercially, says research scientist Dr. James R. Sayer is a research scientist in the Human Factors Group at the University of Michigan Transportation Research

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