How should a brand new Chinese aircraft manufacturer go about entering the US market?
The US auto industry is bracing for changes in trade policy that will ripple through North-American supply chains, affecting both the wallets of domestic consumers and the future of company employees.
The 800-lb gorilla of Chinese electronics contract manufacturing prepares for life under Donald Trump's trade policies
How will the second largest e-commerce player in China digitalize the logistic system to thrive in the future?
Earlier this year, Yuxi city seized 19 tons of smuggled chicken feet, a popular dish or snack in China. China was the largest US export market for chicken and chicken parts in the late 2000’s and the demand has since […]
In the Fall of 2017, as Tesla prepares its ambitious rollout of the Model 3, the reality of mass market electric vehicles (EVs) seems closer than ever. To tackle climate change –and pollution—many countries (e.g., France, UK, India, Norway, China) have adopted bans on fossil fuel cars in the coming decades1. Although these policies changes are promising for EVs, the sudden rush for the metals used in lithium-based batteries is, paradoxically, threatening the viability of Tesla’s supply chain and its dream to deliver a mass market EV car. The sourcing and supply of Cobalt –a crucial component of Tesla’s batteries—is a particular area of concern and could stop Elon's dream in its track.
Who should take the lead advancing the response to climate change in the heavily polluting industry? Should it be community focused Tata Steel, who will risk pricing themselves out of a commoditised market, or majority producers China, who have not signed up to emissions goals?
Is digitalization only disrupting supply chain in traditional manufacturers? It also brought innovative solutions to financial systems in China, changing the supply chain in money.
What could pork chops and bitcoin possibly have in common? More than you might think…
As China’s ride-hailing industry faces tougher regulations, tech companies and VCs are seeking for opportunities in a two-wheeled business instead of four