China Securities Journal

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  • The Achievements And Challenges Of China's Financial System

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    that of capital markets since the 1990s, which saw growth alongside the pioneering of Shanghai and Shenzhen’s stock exchanges, though growth has been declining since 1993 (Naughton 1997, 3), especially due to underperformance within the securities market in China as a result of lacking yet complicated legal regulations (Li 2004, 10). According to Naughton, this challenge poses a threat to China’s financial system—in an effort to increase capital markets, China’s government must continuously embrace

  • Finance Internship Journal: China Securities Co. Ltd

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    Finance Internship Journal Host Company: China Securities Co., Ltd. Introduction China Securities Co., Ltd. makes offering of services including "financial advisory and securities brokerage services. It provides security underwriting, initial public offering, and financial consulting services. The firm was founded in 2005 and is based in Beijing, China." (Bloomberg Business Week, 2012) First Week Journal The finance-accounting internship position included responsibilities such as assisting with

  • Critically Evaluate Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs as Way of Understanding Employee Motivation in Contemporary Chinese Business.

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    development and trends to an open and market-driven system in recent years (Klein and Ozmucur, 2002). A lot of foreign companies want to invest in Chinese companies or start business in China but most of them fail in the end. One of the reasons why they can be successful in the western countries but lose in China can be the way they used to comprehend employee motivation in modern-day Chinese business is wrong. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is an extremely famous theory used to analyse employee motivation

  • What Is The Government Directives Of The Stock Market?

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    IPO shares as underpricing allows for strong government-oriented framework in China. Through the high returns, these Politian’s entice more potential new issuers and political media attentions. Getting a wide reporting in the top political news televisions and other media outlets are vital for these politicians as such prominences may underwrite to their political position. Marcel argues that powerful partisan media in China is more likely to pull attention from the government officials that facilitate

  • Essay about How Does Nationalism Shape China's International Relations?

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    Saunders, 1998/99:115). Introduction Nationalism has become a major part of the Chinese Communist Party’s agenda to success and continued rule as it struggles to keep its legitimacy in China. Nationalism to an extent also shapes China’s international relations. This essay will first define what nationalism means for China by providing some background information to explain its rise, as well as the role that the ‘national humiliation’ narrative plays in it. It will also discuss the role of the patriotic

  • Japan or China the Most Important Strategic Relationship for Australia Among the Major Asian Powers?

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    Is Japan or China the most important strategic relationship for Australia among the major Asian powers? By Mej Amran B Mohamad RMAF Malaysian Armed Forces Defence College Haigate Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. 12 Nov 2009 Author can be contacted at : --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Introduction Australia’s credentials and place in today international system is quite significant which

  • The Pros And Cons Of Internet Censorship

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    most part it is beneficial. It can provide security for sensitive material. The things that minors are exposed to can be limited. Also you can make sure that it is not used to cause chaos. Furthermore it would seem to be a beneficial part of online life. It can provide security for important documents and conversations. Internet censorship can help with cyber security when important information or secrets are at stake. SEcrets can be anything from the security detail to things such a wartime movements

  • World 's Most Fastest Growing Economy With Top Exporting Companies And Huge Amount Of Foreign Investments

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    ASSIGNMENT 3 LEARNING JOURNAL CULTURE AND ETHICS IN BUSINESS SANTHEESH STUDENT ID 17951865 Introduction China is world 's most fastest growing economy with top exporting companies and huge amount of foreign investments. Global financial crisis happened during 2009 due to collapse of international market hit china hard initially but its economy was the first one to rebound and return to growth. Now in 2014 country 's Purchasing Managers Index survey suggests that manufacturing

  • America and China

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    neighbors, all in the name of wealth and gain. America is no stranger to the game; the U.S. has been the world’s economic leader for the better part of a century. China, however, is the leading contender for the economic top-spot (), and America continues playing directly into China’s hand. America’s current trading posture with China is drastically skewed in China’s favor; if America is going to preserve its position as the leading economic power, existing U.S.-Chinese trading agreements will need

  • Economy And Interest Rates Could Edge Down By Jon Hilsenrath

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    Wall Street Journal Article “Fed Forecasts for the Economy and Interest Rates Could Edge Down” the author of the article Jon Hilsenrath wanted to address the future rises of interest rates that are soon to come and the effects that those rises will have on the now growing economy. Recently in the news there has been a great deal of talks of the future rises of interest rates in the United States. To understand how the Fed 's own particular figures may change, The Wall Street Journal analyzed how