Dec 04, 2012
Peking University International Economic Law Institute (PKU-IELI) has launched a new online research platform. Reports focus on policy, China sentiment, and industry analysis with an overall goal of enhancing the world’s understanding of China.
Nov 06, 2012
Over the past 15 years, China has advanced itself as the second largest economy in the world. One key area that China needs more improvement is the advancement of its capital markets.
Sep 22, 2012
“As we study the history of the developed economy, the railroad has proven to be the most efficient way of mobilizing people. As people start to move, economic development will follow.” – Vice Chairman of PKU-IELI, Samuel K. T. Lee
Aug 10, 2012
It is likely China's economy will pick up in the second half of this year due to some proactive measures the government has taken.
Jul 13, 2012
With the number of 3G users rising, the addition of a 4G network, and decreasing 3G and 4G phone prices, the domestic smartphone market could reach US$90 billion in sales by 2015. www.chinafrontline.com
Jun 19, 2012
With the rise of microblogging, e-commerce and mobile Internet, China's online companies must adapt to these trends to succeed. www.chinafrontline.com
Jun 15, 2012
Victoria Harbour Strategies and Peking University IELI are pleased to announce that their jointly-collaborated online platform, www.chinafrontline.com, can now be viewed on all handheld devices.
Jun 07, 2012
China’s three major telecom operators, China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom, added approximately 43.8 million new mobile subscribers during the first four months of 2012. www.chinafrontline.com
May 30, 2012
Residents cannot drink straight from the tap in any city or town in China. Approximately, 320 million rural residents do not have access to safe drinking water. www.chinafrontline.com
May 24, 2012
China’s commercial banks have experienced steady growth over the past few years. Since they are the major sources of funding for both businesses and individuals, the banks are essentially driving the real economic growth. www.chinafrontline.com