Norge og Kina – Hva tenker norsk næringsliv i omstilling om Kina?
Norsk økonomi er i omstilling etter et år med fallende oljepris og reduserte investeringer i oljerelatert industri.
Kina representerer den desidert største andelen av global BNP vekst og har gått forbi USA i økonomisk størrelse målt etter kjøpekraftsparitet. Som største forbruker av olje, gass og mange andre naturressurser er Kina blitt en av Norges økonomiske premissgivere. Det som skjer i Kina har utvilsomt store konsekvenser og ringvirkninger for norsk økonomi.
Undersøkelsen “Norge og Kina -Hva tenker norsk næringsliv i omstilling om Kina?” antyder et norsk næringsliv som er bekymret over de ulemper som påføres norsk økonomi som følge av manglende politisk samarbeid med Kina.
China Digital/Social Media Report 2015
“We are Social.sg” has published this super-useful China Social Media report, which I wanted to share with you.
China 2015 Outlook, Chris Rynning
In this report Chris Rynning summarizes his views on the Chinese economy for 2015.
Among many things, Chris reflects on the general state of the economy, the property market, demographics and what to expect in terms of investment and leverage.Download PDF
China Economic Outlook, Q4 2014
In this 5 page report, Chris Rynning summarizes his general view on the Chinese Economy and its outlook. Chris argues that the slower growth has bottomed out, and that targeted measures like the September injection of US$81bn to the top five banks with continued easing of property/lending curbs will ease pressures on the Chinese economy.Download PDF
Richard Robinson is One of the World’s Most “Okayest” Entrepreneurs (His Own Words) and Here’s What I Learned from Speaking to Him
Richard Robinson is a truly amazing guy. I don’t know anyone like him and there is no one who has done what he has done. I recently got to interview him for my Podcast and here are some of the amazing things he told me.
Travel Report: Hainan, Shenzhou Peninsula and the Dunes!
This is a travel report from Chris Rynning, where he travels to China’s southern Hainan Island over the weekend with his family. The report is a combination of travel recommendations, “do’s and dont’s” as well as a strong encouragement to visit the “Dunes Golf Club” at Shenzhou Peninsula. As explained by Chris in this report, the Dunes is a must go destination for golf lovers and golf “beginners”, like Chris! Any questions, recommendations and comments, please do not hesitate to contact us at www.chrisrynning.com!
The A-Share Market
This 2014 report provides a basic overview of the Chinese stock market, the latest developments, and expected reforms. After providing an overview of the market and its operators, the report turns to strategies and examples of exposure to the Chinese mainland stock market. The report concludes with a recommendation of how to best invest directly or indirectly in the A-share market. The report is produced by Jakob Hjort Matthiasen and Chris Rynning.
Published: August 2014
Xiaomi Takes on Apple and Samsung
This 16 page report provides a basic introduction to Xiaomi, the third largest supplier of smartphones in China, with a 10% market share. A private company, Xiaomi is already valued above US $10 billion, and is taking on global giants, Apple and Samsung, in key markets. As much as Xioami competes with other smart phone suppliers, this report argue that Xiaomi may well become a competitor to Alibaba and Tencent. The report is produced by Beret Hartviksen, Hilde Bøe Tjøm, and Chris Rynning.
Published: August 2014
China Economic Outlook, 2H 2014
This article describe why China may slightly outperform its economic targets for 2014, while also discussing how Beijing can release new, larger growth engines for the economy. It argues that China can return to historic growth figures, above the new norm of 7-7.5%. Also, the article denounce a property bubble bursting in China, but rather predicting a radically regionalized property market developing with identified under-performers and out-performers.
China’s Great Wall of Currency
The article argues that while China has various financial concerns, the bigger concern for global financial stability rest with the US economy. Unfinanced pension liabilities, soaring municipal debt and a trade imbalance are mainly kept at bay by China’s willingness to hold the dollar as a reserve currency. If this willingness where to change the US and global economy have a significant battle ahead.Download PDF