• Become a World-Class Executive, inside China and out

    CEIBS Global Executive MBA is a part-time 20-month programme with a strong focus on managerial issues, coupled with leadership development and coaching sessions. You will receive a world-class education with a unique vantage point of China's rapidly changing business and economic landscape. CEIBS Global EMBA programme is for high-potential upper-level entrepreneurs and executives, to advance their careers by deeply enriching and developing their leadership skills and analytical ability. The CEIBS GEMBA has been ranked Top 20 Globally for 7 Consecutive Years, and #13 in 2016 by the Financial Times. For more about how to register for the October 2017 class of the CEIBS Global EMBA Asia track see http://www.ceibs.edu/gemba/application

    published: 24 Feb 2017
  • BREAKING: Ford Just Sent HUGE ‘F You!’ To Trump After He Saved Them And The U.S. Automobile Industry

    BREAKING: Ford Just Sent HUGE ‘F You!’ To Trump After He Saved Them And The U.S. Automobile Industry Ford’s new CEO, Jim Hackett, is a major jerk because he’s planning to have the Ford Focus built in China and shipped back to the USA. Ford, the car company known by the acronym “Fixed Or Repaired Daily”, would probably be better off leaving the Ford Focus in China. Maybe Hackett can move to China and stay there with the Focus. This move completely snubs Americans of jobs and tosses a sausage in Trump’s proverbial face as Hackett completely disses his country and fellow Americans. Will Ford’s decision to build the Focus in China and export them to the US go under the radar like similar decisions to shift manufacturing jobs overseas while Barack Obama was President? Will President Trump all...

    published: 21 Jun 2017
  • Hong Kong's Chief Executive-elect Vows to Flourish Hong Kong by Healing Social Ills

    Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Hong Kong's Chief Executive-elect, has vowed to focus on flourishing Hong Kong's development by healing its social ills. During an interview with China Global Television Network (CGTN) Friday, she said that being the chief executive should be accountable to the central government as well as to the Hong Kong people. "The chief executive has, what we call, the dual responsibility and accountability. He or she has to be accountable to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region but at the same time also accountable to the central people's government. So I see the role of the chief executive really as a very effective bridge to truly reflect the views and the sentiments of the people in Hong Kong through the central authorities and also to clearly explain the ce...

    published: 10 Apr 2017
  • BREAKING! Ford Just Sent HUGE ‘F You!’ To Trump After He Saved Them And The U S Automobile Industry

    BREAKING: Ford Just Sent HUGE ‘F You!’ To Trump After He Saved Them And The U.S. Automobile Industry Check The My New Channel : https://goo.gl/pAHH18 Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/J8aMKx Ford’s new CEO, Jim Hackett, is a major jerk because he’s planning to have the Ford Focus built in China and shipped back to the USA. Ford, the car company known by the acronym “Fixed Or Repaired Daily”, would probably be better off leaving the Ford Focus in China. Maybe Hackett can move to China and stay there with the Focus. This move completely snubs Americans of jobs and tosses a sausage in Trump’s proverbial face as Hackett completely disses his country and fellow Americans. Will Ford’s decision to build the Focus in China and export them to the US go under the radar like similar decisions to s...

    published: 20 Jun 2017
  • Paul Keating - our role in Asia in the Trump era

    The election of Trump and the victory of the Brexit movement are the most obvious examples of the populism driving countries to become more insular. This combined with China's return to a power of the first order means that Australia faces an increasingly uncertain world. Hear from former Prime Minister Paul Keating about the path Australia should forge in this rapidly changing world. He has long argued a greater independence in Australian foreign policy could be beneficial and allow more focus on our immediate neighbours: Asian countries to our north. Speakers: The Hon. Paul Keating Few Australians have thought more deeply, originally and provocatively on Australia's foreign policy challenges than Paul Keating. This is a unique opportunity to hear his thinking on a 'new' world with Donald...

    published: 02 May 2017
  • China Daily Exclusive interview with Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying

    Hong Kong Cheif Executive Leung Chun-ying shares his concerns about the rise of “Hong Kong independence”, slowing upward social mobility and his chances for a second term in this China Daily exclusive video interview. Also refer to the full interview transcript here: http://www.chinadailyasia.com/focus/2016-09/20/content_15497605.html

    published: 20 Sep 2016
  • FRANCE: CHINESE CHIEF EXECUTIVE TUNG CHEE-HWA VISIT

    Natural Sound The chief executive of the Chinese territory on Wednesday urged French investors to use Hong Kong as a base for their operations in Asia. Tung Chee-hwa was speaking in Paris on the first day of a three-day visit aimed at reassuring foreign investors in the stability of the former British colony. Tung Chee-hwa's visit to France will be packed with high-level meeting. One of the first meetings on his agenda was a round of talks with Prime Minister Lionel Jospin. The one-hour meeting was designed to focus on the financial crisis in Asia but both leaders left without talking to the press. France is Hong Kong's 10th largest trading partner. About five-thousand French nationals are living in the territory and 500 French enterprises are based there. From th...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • The Chinese Expat Running an Underground Gun School

    Firearms are illegal in China, but that hasn't stopped gun enthusiasts from trying to get their hands on a loaded weapon. Many end up trekking to the Philippines to meet an ex-military man who teaches tourists gun safety—training them to fire at a target in any situation with deadly accuracy. Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our Tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vice Check out our Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vicemag Download VICE on iOS: htt...

    published: 27 Apr 2017
  • Executive Focus: David Wong, CEO, SnT Global

    David Wong is the CEO of SnT Global, a BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) solutions provider specializing in e-logistics, and the Co-founder and Chairman of Outsourcing Malaysia, an organization representing the SSO industry in Malaysia. He spoke with The Prospect Group about the competitiveness of the BPO industry in the region, the important role that the ICT sector plays in the government's Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), and Malaysia's competitive advantages vis-à-vis other countries throughout Asia. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/david-wong-ceo-snt-global-8745/

    published: 22 Jun 2012
  • Malaysian Chinese success story

    Olivia Lum is the founder, group chief executive officer, and president of the Singapore-based Hyflux Group. She also heads the Research and Development function. Lum started corporate life as a chemist with Glaxo Pharmaceutical. After working for three years at Glaxo, she left in 1989 at the age of 28 to start up Hydrochem, the precursor to Hyflux, with just SG$20,000 of capital, which she raised by selling her condominium and car.[3] She hired three employees at the start; Lum herself rode around on a motorcycle selling her company's water filters and treatment chemicals.[4] By January 2001, Hyflux had become the first water treatment company to be listed on SESDAQ, and was upgraded to the Singapore Exchange's Mainboard in April 2003.[citation needed] By 2005, she had a net worth of ...

    published: 27 May 2011
  • Executive Focus: Charles Wiener, Dean & CEO, Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine (PUGSOM)

    Charles Wiener is the Dean and CEO of Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine (PUGSOM), a private teaching university in Malaysia. He spoke with The Prospect Group about Perdana University Hospital, the demand for healthcare practitioners in Malaysia, and the future of private teaching hospitals in the country. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/charles-wiener-dean-and-ceo-perdana-university-graduate-school-of-medicine-pugsom-8929/

    published: 13 Sep 2012
  • Executive Champion of the Year 2016

    Executive Champion of the Year 2016 Mr John Cai, Chief Executive Officer, AIA China For his transformative role in creating a culture of leaders and encouraging a customer-centric mindset, as well as leading his company to great heights, Mr John Cai is recognised as the Executive Champion of the Year. Mr John Cai has been the CEO of AIA China since July 2009. Since then he has transformed the business into one of the most successful life insurance companies in China. He led the entire AIA China team to launch the Premier Agency Strategy in late 2010, which saw remarkable growth of the financial performance and profitable new business of the company over the past six years. In 2015 driven by product optimisation and improved agents’ activity, China became the fastest growing market for AI...

    published: 25 Jul 2016
  • Ford to produce new Focus model in China

    Ford is to move US production of its new Ford Focus car to China in 2019, despite having faced pressure to keep manufacturing jobs in America. The carmaker said the decision would not lead to layoffs in the US. But the move marks another change to its plans for producing the new Focus. The firm in January scrapped plans to move US production to a new $1.6bn plant in Mexico after criticism from Donald Trump. Currently, Ford makes its Focus cars in Michigan, Germany and in China. But it has seen sales of the model fall in the US, while demand for larger vehicles remains. It was planning to move US production of the Focus to a new factory near San Luis Potosi in Mexico. That decision drew fierce criticism from the US president, who has routinely blasted car makers and other companies for impo...

    published: 20 Jun 2017
  • Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?

    Graham Allison Director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Douglas Dillon Professor of Government, Harvard Kennedy School Niall Ferguson Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University Senior Fellow, Center for European Studies, Harvard University Samantha Power United States Ambassador to the United Nations (2013-2017) Founding Executive Director, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School 2003 Pulitzer Prize for “A Problem from Hell”: America and the Age of Genocide Arne Westad (Moderator) S.T. Lee Professor of U.S.-Asia Relations, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School

    published: 23 Mar 2017
  • Interview with Executive Director of APEC Secretariat

    앨런 볼러드 APEC 집행위원 "트럼프 당선, 아태 지역의 경제 정책 바꿀 가능성 있어, 새 정부 들어서야 구체화 될 것" U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership is expected to significantly affect economic policy in the Asia Pacific region. It's one reason why world leaders focused so heavily on trade and investment liberalization at this year's APEC summit. Our Connie Kim sat down with the Executive Director of the APEC Secretariat for some of his insights. "Thank you Dr. Alan Bollard, Executive Director for the APEC Secretariat for sitting down with us today. So this year's APEC summit comes amid U.S.-led protectionism and trade liberalization was a hot topic here. Do you believe the summit served as an opportunity to respond to such concerns?" "Yes around the room this time it has b...

    published: 23 Nov 2016
  • Executive Focus: Dr. Ibrahim B. Ibrahim, Economic Advisor to The Emir of Qatar

    His Excellency Dr. Ibrahim B. Ibrahim is an economic advisor to His Highness Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, The Emir of Qatar. He spoke with The Prospect Group about Qatar's energy sector, the economy, and economic diversification efforts. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/dr-ibrahim-b-ibrahim-economic-advisor-to-the-emir-of-qatar-8517/

    published: 15 Feb 2012
Become a World-Class Executive, inside China and out

Become a World-Class Executive, inside China and out

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CEIBS Global Executive MBA is a part-time 20-month programme with a strong focus on managerial issues, coupled with leadership development and coaching sessions. You will receive a world-class education with a unique vantage point of China's rapidly changing business and economic landscape. CEIBS Global EMBA programme is for high-potential upper-level entrepreneurs and executives, to advance their careers by deeply enriching and developing their leadership skills and analytical ability. The CEIBS GEMBA has been ranked Top 20 Globally for 7 Consecutive Years, and #13 in 2016 by the Financial Times. For more about how to register for the October 2017 class of the CEIBS Global EMBA Asia track see http://www.ceibs.edu/gemba/application
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BREAKING: Ford Just Sent HUGE ‘F You!’ To Trump After He Saved Them And The U.S. Automobile Industry

BREAKING: Ford Just Sent HUGE ‘F You!’ To Trump After He Saved Them And The U.S. Automobile Industry

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BREAKING: Ford Just Sent HUGE ‘F You!’ To Trump After He Saved Them And The U.S. Automobile Industry Ford’s new CEO, Jim Hackett, is a major jerk because he’s planning to have the Ford Focus built in China and shipped back to the USA. Ford, the car company known by the acronym “Fixed Or Repaired Daily”, would probably be better off leaving the Ford Focus in China. Maybe Hackett can move to China and stay there with the Focus. This move completely snubs Americans of jobs and tosses a sausage in Trump’s proverbial face as Hackett completely disses his country and fellow Americans. Will Ford’s decision to build the Focus in China and export them to the US go under the radar like similar decisions to shift manufacturing jobs overseas while Barack Obama was President? Will President Trump allow the production of the Ford Focus to move to China without a fight? Even if they don’t agree with him on everything, most Americans are aware of how hard President Trump is working to keep and grow manufacturing here in the United States. Ford’s decision will likely not go over well with the American consumer… Americans buy American cars because they’re American. People don’t buy Ford because it’s the best car out there, but many buy the brand because it’s built “Ford tough” and pays the salary of hard-working Americans who feed their family every night. Buying American is something we do with pride. And let’s be honest, Ford has come quite a long way from the old school acronym that suggests their automobiles are fixed every day. I’m sure that’s just a funny play on words that someone made up decades ago. It’s not really true. There are people who drive Ford vehicles for years and don’t have issues. But you know how the car folks are – they all have their brand and they often insult the others with witty one-liners or funny acronyms. Ford will export the next-generation Focus compact car from China to North America in 2019, rather than from Mexico as earlier planned, saving the company $500 million, a top executive said on Tuesday. This is the part that I don’t understand. It costs $500 million LESS to get cars made AND SHIPPED from someone across the planet? Who’s building these cars? Is it a bunch of slave labor 8-year-olds? What happened? Did these kids graduate from sewing soccer balls to building cars? Or is it a robot factory that has real life Transformers working the grind and building cars faster than our normal robots can do it. At least if the cars were made in Mexico, then truck drivers could haul them over and they wouldn’t need to be shipped across the sea. Of course, cars built in Mexico might use Corona for gasoline, but that’s a different story. It is the first major manufacturing investment decision made by new Chief Executive Officer Jim Hackett, who succeeded Mark Fields in late May.And thanks to his first major decision, they’re saving $500 million, but Americans think he’s a slop who snubbed Trump.
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Hong Kong's Chief Executive-elect Vows to Flourish Hong Kong by Healing Social Ills

Hong Kong's Chief Executive-elect Vows to Flourish Hong Kong by Healing Social Ills

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Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Hong Kong's Chief Executive-elect, has vowed to focus on flourishing Hong Kong's development by healing its social ills. During an interview with China Global Television Network (CGTN) Friday, she said that being the chief executive should be accountable to the central government as well as to the Hong Kong people. "The chief executive has, what we call, the dual responsibility and accountability. He or she has to be accountable to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region but at the same time also accountable to the central people's government. So I see the role of the chief executive really as a very effective bridge to truly reflect the views and the sentiments of the people in Hong Kong through the central authorities and also to clearly explain the central authorities' policies to the people of Hong Kong," she said. Regarding the universal suffrage, proposed by a co-founder of Occupy Central, Lam denied she would adopt the initiative despite vocal demands from some people. "Of course in Hong Kong there remains a very strong aspiration for universal suffrage. I think everybody wants more democracy, but it has to be in full compliance with the basic law," she said, adding she would not re-launch a political reform. She insisted that she would concentrate on tackling urgent, practical issues and give the first priority to the development of Hong Kong. "I have taken the view that in the next term of the Hong Kong SAR government when I am the chief executive, I will focus on addressing other pressing issues, that is, in terms of land supply for more housing to improve the living conditions of our people and also to grow Hong Kong's economy," she said. It is anticipated that Lam, who pledged to lead Hong Kong with a new style of governance, will play a positive role in boosting the city's economy and further uniting its divided society. Lam started her trip to Beijing Sunday to be formally appointed by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang as the fifth-term chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170409/8047445.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
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BREAKING! Ford Just Sent HUGE ‘F You!’ To Trump After He Saved Them And The U S  Automobile Industry

BREAKING! Ford Just Sent HUGE ‘F You!’ To Trump After He Saved Them And The U S Automobile Industry

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  • Updated: 20 Jun 2017
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BREAKING: Ford Just Sent HUGE ‘F You!’ To Trump After He Saved Them And The U.S. Automobile Industry Check The My New Channel : https://goo.gl/pAHH18 Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/J8aMKx Ford’s new CEO, Jim Hackett, is a major jerk because he’s planning to have the Ford Focus built in China and shipped back to the USA. Ford, the car company known by the acronym “Fixed Or Repaired Daily”, would probably be better off leaving the Ford Focus in China. Maybe Hackett can move to China and stay there with the Focus. This move completely snubs Americans of jobs and tosses a sausage in Trump’s proverbial face as Hackett completely disses his country and fellow Americans. Will Ford’s decision to build the Focus in China and export them to the US go under the radar like similar decisions to shift manufacturing jobs overseas while Barack Obama was President? Will President Trump allow the production of the Ford Focus to move to China without a fight? Even if they don’t agree with him on everything, most Americans are aware of how hard President Trump is working to keep and grow manufacturing here in the United States. Ford’s decision will likely not go over well with the American consumer… Americans buy American cars because they’re American. People don’t buy Ford because it’s the best car out there, but many buy the brand because it’s built “Ford tough” and pays the salary of hard-working Americans who feed their family every night. Buying American is something we do with pride. And let’s be honest, Ford has come quite a long way from the old school acronym that suggests their automobiles are fixed every day. I’m sure that’s just a funny play on words that someone made up decades ago. It’s not really true. There are people who drive Ford vehicles for years and don’t have issues. But you know how the car folks are – they all have their brand and they often insult the others with witty one-liners or funny acronyms. Ford will export the next-generation Focus compact car from China to North America in 2019, rather than from Mexico as earlier planned, saving the company $500 million, a top executive said on Tuesday. This is the part that I don’t understand. It costs $500 million LESS to get cars made AND SHIPPED from someone across the planet? Who’s building these cars? Is it a bunch of slave labor 8-year-olds? What happened? Did these kids graduate from sewing soccer balls to building cars? Or is it a robot factory that has real life Transformers working the grind and building cars faster than our normal robots can do it. At least if the cars were made in Mexico, then truck drivers could haul them over and they wouldn’t need to be shipped across the sea. Of course, cars built in Mexico might use Corona for gasoline, but that’s a different story. It is the first major manufacturing investment decision made by new Chief Executive Officer Jim Hackett, who succeeded Mark Fields in late May. And thanks to his first major decision, they’re saving $500 million, but Americans think he’s a slop who snubbed Trump. In January, after U.S. President Donald Trump criticized Ford for shipping small-car manufacturing to Mexico, Ford said it would kill plans to build a $1.8-billion Focus plant in San Luis Potosi and instead produce the new Focus at an existing plant in Hermosillo. Although it is cheaper to build and ship cars to the United States from Mexico than China, ‘this was not a variable cost decision,’ Hinrichs said in a Tuesday morning briefing. Did that quote just say that it was cheaper to build and ship cars to USA from MEXICO, instead of China? But they’re going to use China anyway? Is the factory in China that much better than the one in Mexico? Mexico can’t even figure out a way to provide clean drinking water, so maybe moving the cars to the smogcity isn’t a bad idea. Or, you know, you could hire Americans to produce American vehicles and sell them to other Americans. That’s too patriotic, right? Provide American jobs to American people to sell American products. Yeah, that’s a little too much America for the average person. I guess we’ll switch it up a bit and send jobs to China while we increase our unemployment rate. No problem there. It’s not like we need jobs anyway. Maybe some cool jobs previously held by illegal immigrants open up at Ben & Jerry’s in Vermont.
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Paul Keating - our role in Asia in the Trump era

Paul Keating - our role in Asia in the Trump era

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The election of Trump and the victory of the Brexit movement are the most obvious examples of the populism driving countries to become more insular. This combined with China's return to a power of the first order means that Australia faces an increasingly uncertain world. Hear from former Prime Minister Paul Keating about the path Australia should forge in this rapidly changing world. He has long argued a greater independence in Australian foreign policy could be beneficial and allow more focus on our immediate neighbours: Asian countries to our north. Speakers: The Hon. Paul Keating Few Australians have thought more deeply, originally and provocatively on Australia's foreign policy challenges than Paul Keating. This is a unique opportunity to hear his thinking on a 'new' world with Donald Trump as American President. Allan Gyngell AO Professor Allan Gyngell is an Adjunct Professor in the Crawford School of Public Policy at the ANU. From 2009 to 2013 he was Director-General of the Office of National Assessments (ONA), prior to that appointment he was the founding Executive Director of the Lowy Institute for International Policy. Professor Nick Bisley Professor Nick Bisley is Executive Director of La Trobe Asia and Professor of International Relations at La Trobe University. He is currently the editor in Chief of the Australian Journal of International Affairs.
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China Daily Exclusive interview with Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying

China Daily Exclusive interview with Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying

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Hong Kong Cheif Executive Leung Chun-ying shares his concerns about the rise of “Hong Kong independence”, slowing upward social mobility and his chances for a second term in this China Daily exclusive video interview. Also refer to the full interview transcript here: http://www.chinadailyasia.com/focus/2016-09/20/content_15497605.html
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FRANCE: CHINESE CHIEF EXECUTIVE TUNG CHEE-HWA VISIT

FRANCE: CHINESE CHIEF EXECUTIVE TUNG CHEE-HWA VISIT

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Natural Sound The chief executive of the Chinese territory on Wednesday urged French investors to use Hong Kong as a base for their operations in Asia. Tung Chee-hwa was speaking in Paris on the first day of a three-day visit aimed at reassuring foreign investors in the stability of the former British colony. Tung Chee-hwa's visit to France will be packed with high-level meeting. One of the first meetings on his agenda was a round of talks with Prime Minister Lionel Jospin. The one-hour meeting was designed to focus on the financial crisis in Asia but both leaders left without talking to the press. France is Hong Kong's 10th largest trading partner. About five-thousand French nationals are living in the territory and 500 French enterprises are based there. From this, France earns 13 (b) billion francs or two point one (b) billion U-S dollars each year. A key aim of Tung's visit is to encourage France to use Hong Kong as an Asian investment base. At the same time, he wants to assure the French that the Hong Kong dollar will remain pegged to the U-S dollar. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a4eeebed3611d924a92a148065993cb9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Chinese Expat Running an Underground Gun School

The Chinese Expat Running an Underground Gun School

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Firearms are illegal in China, but that hasn't stopped gun enthusiasts from trying to get their hands on a loaded weapon. Many end up trekking to the Philippines to meet an ex-military man who teaches tourists gun safety—training them to fire at a target in any situation with deadly accuracy. Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our Tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vice Check out our Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vicemag Download VICE on iOS: http://apple.co/28Vgmqz Download VICE on Android: http://bit.ly/28S8Et0
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Executive Focus: David Wong, CEO, SnT Global

Executive Focus: David Wong, CEO, SnT Global

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David Wong is the CEO of SnT Global, a BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) solutions provider specializing in e-logistics, and the Co-founder and Chairman of Outsourcing Malaysia, an organization representing the SSO industry in Malaysia. He spoke with The Prospect Group about the competitiveness of the BPO industry in the region, the important role that the ICT sector plays in the government's Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), and Malaysia's competitive advantages vis-à-vis other countries throughout Asia. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/david-wong-ceo-snt-global-8745/
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Malaysian Chinese success story

Malaysian Chinese success story

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Olivia Lum is the founder, group chief executive officer, and president of the Singapore-based Hyflux Group. She also heads the Research and Development function. Lum started corporate life as a chemist with Glaxo Pharmaceutical. After working for three years at Glaxo, she left in 1989 at the age of 28 to start up Hydrochem, the precursor to Hyflux, with just SG$20,000 of capital, which she raised by selling her condominium and car.[3] She hired three employees at the start; Lum herself rode around on a motorcycle selling her company's water filters and treatment chemicals.[4] By January 2001, Hyflux had become the first water treatment company to be listed on SESDAQ, and was upgraded to the Singapore Exchange's Mainboard in April 2003.[citation needed] By 2005, she had a net worth of over US$240 million, which earned her a place as the only woman on Forbes' "Southeast Asia Rich List".[5] As of 2007, Hyflux was worth SG$1 billion and employed more than 800 people.[3] Lum holds several positions in public service. She is a board member of SPRING Singapore, the National University Singapore Council, and the Singapore Exchange, as well as the president of the Singapore Water Association. She is also a member of the UNESCAP Business Advisory Council and the Singapore Green Plan 2012 coordinating committee.[citation needed] Lum was a Nominated Member of Parliament in the Parliament of Singapore from 2 July 2002 to 1 January 2005.[citation needed] In 2003, she was awarded the International Management Action Award, followed by the Global Female Invent and Innovate Award the following year.[6] On October 3]2008, Lum resigned her position as independent non-executive director of the Singapore Exchange and relinquished her position on the audit, regulatory conflicts and remuneration committees of the Exchange, according to the Exchange's filing. She stated this was due to her heavy work commitments in line with Hyflux's rapid expansion, and that her resignation would enable her to focus more time and resources on Hyflux's growth.
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Executive Focus: Charles Wiener, Dean & CEO, Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine (PUGSOM)

Executive Focus: Charles Wiener, Dean & CEO, Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine (PUGSOM)

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Charles Wiener is the Dean and CEO of Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine (PUGSOM), a private teaching university in Malaysia. He spoke with The Prospect Group about Perdana University Hospital, the demand for healthcare practitioners in Malaysia, and the future of private teaching hospitals in the country. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/charles-wiener-dean-and-ceo-perdana-university-graduate-school-of-medicine-pugsom-8929/
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Executive Champion of the Year 2016

Executive Champion of the Year 2016

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Executive Champion of the Year 2016 Mr John Cai, Chief Executive Officer, AIA China For his transformative role in creating a culture of leaders and encouraging a customer-centric mindset, as well as leading his company to great heights, Mr John Cai is recognised as the Executive Champion of the Year. Mr John Cai has been the CEO of AIA China since July 2009. Since then he has transformed the business into one of the most successful life insurance companies in China. He led the entire AIA China team to launch the Premier Agency Strategy in late 2010, which saw remarkable growth of the financial performance and profitable new business of the company over the past six years. In 2015 driven by product optimisation and improved agents’ activity, China became the fastest growing market for AIA. He proposed that service-driven innovation will always be one of the most important strategies in AIA China. As such, the EODB (ease of doing business) programme was launched, aiming to encourage customer-centric innovation through the promotion of culture and thinking habit transformation, to achieve the transformation to customer centricity by simplifying the process, upgrading the system and enhancing efficiencies. When Mr Cai became the CEO in 2009, it was a turbulent time due to the financial crisis and the impact on the company’s previous parent company AIG. There were various issues including high turnover rates in its agency force. He set out a goal to bring the organisation together as “one” not only in terms of organisation structure, but relying more on aligning the vision, goals, strategies and a shared mind-set. He spent most of his time in his early days with AIA China to rebuild and strengthen the senior leadership team with clarity, courage and humanity. Leadership development has always been his top agenda. He personally facilitated the Organization and People review (talent management review for AIA), revamped the Top 100 leadership pipeline development program known as ALDP (Accelerated Leadership Development Program) and initiated “the real life leadership challenges: on-the-job practices and assignments” to build next level successors and future leaders. Built upon the 70:20:10 development model with a sharp focus on AIA leadership essentials and its unique organisation capabilities, managers and employees are armed and exposed to the best practices and encouraged to accelerate their learning curves and pursue their career aspiration through the “talent mobility plan”. With his innovations in creating future leaders and transforming the culture of his company into one of inclusivity and success, Mr Cai deserves the title of Executive Champion of the Year.
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Ford to produce new Focus model in China

Ford to produce new Focus model in China

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Ford is to move US production of its new Ford Focus car to China in 2019, despite having faced pressure to keep manufacturing jobs in America. The carmaker said the decision would not lead to layoffs in the US. But the move marks another change to its plans for producing the new Focus. The firm in January scrapped plans to move US production to a new $1.6bn plant in Mexico after criticism from Donald Trump. Currently, Ford makes its Focus cars in Michigan, Germany and in China. But it has seen sales of the model fall in the US, while demand for larger vehicles remains. It was planning to move US production of the Focus to a new factory near San Luis Potosi in Mexico. That decision drew fierce criticism from the US president, who has routinely blasted car makers and other companies for importing goods from other countries, including China and Mexico. In January, Ford said it would abandon the new factory and move production to an existing plant in Hermosillo, Mexico instead. At the time, the company said it would use the savings to invest at a different plant in Michigan working on electric cars. But Tuesday's announcement means Ford will make the new Focus in China, instead of Hermosillo - producing $500m (£396m) in savings. The move to China will not affect employment levels in Hermosillo, which produces other models, said spokeswoman Kelli Felker. It also does not affect the plans for the additional investment in Michigan, she said. The Michigan plant currently producing the Focus will switch to making trucks in 2018, with the same number of hourly workers, the firm said. Ford also said it would invest $900m to retool an SUV plant in Kentucky. Ford updated the White House about its new plans on Tuesday, Ms Felker said. She said the firm had been considering the move for some time. White House spokesman Sean Spicer on Tuesday said Ford's plans - which could have a large impact on US parts suppliers - underscored the need for tax reform, to help make domestic manufacturing more competitive. New leadership The investments are some of the first announced under new leadership at Ford. The company named Jim Hackett as the new chief executive in May after pressure from shareholders to improve the firm's performance. Joe Hinrichs, an executive vice president at Ford, said the savings from the move to China would allow the firm to invest in parts of the business that are growing, such as SUVs, electric cars and other areas. "Finding a more cost-effective way to deliver the next Focus program in North America is a better plan, allowing us to redeploy the money we save into areas of growth for the company," he said. Ford sold about 67,150 Focus cars in the US in the first five months of 2017, down almost 20% from 2016.
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Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?

Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?

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Interview with Executive Director of APEC Secretariat

Interview with Executive Director of APEC Secretariat

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앨런 볼러드 APEC 집행위원 "트럼프 당선, 아태 지역의 경제 정책 바꿀 가능성 있어, 새 정부 들어서야 구체화 될 것" U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership is expected to significantly affect economic policy in the Asia Pacific region. It's one reason why world leaders focused so heavily on trade and investment liberalization at this year's APEC summit. Our Connie Kim sat down with the Executive Director of the APEC Secretariat for some of his insights. "Thank you Dr. Alan Bollard, Executive Director for the APEC Secretariat for sitting down with us today. So this year's APEC summit comes amid U.S.-led protectionism and trade liberalization was a hot topic here. Do you believe the summit served as an opportunity to respond to such concerns?" "Yes around the room this time it has been a common concern about some of the news coming from Europe and the U.S. Could we be seeing a slowdown in globalization? Could we be seeing a start of trade protection and all the latest that did not want to see? Whatever that mechanism is, we want to see trade and investment liberalization going forward because it has brought a lot to the whole region and that can continue. So they were all swapping ideas about how to do that. And generally speaking I think they agreed that we do need some slightly different policies and we do need to talk about them a lot more than we have done in the past." "So the U.S. scrapped its efforts to push for the TPP deal with Trump being elected as the new U.S. President, and the focus shifted to the China-led Free Trade Agreement. How do you think this is going to change the economic policy in the region?" "Well, focus has changed to China and the U.S.'s FTAAP. It does have the potential to change things. It's understood that we weren't actually going to know what the U.S. economic policies are going to look like for some time with the new U.S. administration which is going to have to be prepared to wait to see how clear that is. There is a general hope that we will still be understanding the benefits that are there and the future benefits attributed from the new globalization but knowing that we have to explain them better. So we still see APEC as being important maybe its important than ever. If those formal agreements like TTP don't go heard, then APEC with it's voluntary consensus incremental everybody has to agree. Slower but better way of checking out new ideas that could be more important than in the past. "Last but not least the APEC members had set a goal of free and open trade and investment by 2020. Are we on the right track and what more efforts do you think need to be made? "We are on the right track. But actually we are not quite as far along that track as we would like it to be. We have just done a midterm review of that we still have a long way to go. But some areas,… really their progress things like structural reform and some of those changes. But tariffs and agriculture is still very high and actually a slowdown in reduction on tariffs in some other areas as well. So we still have got a long way to go but some of the new stuff the new globalization,… things like services that saw some extra tariffs and borders and customs. It's about things like telecommunications, electronic commerce and that takes us into a slightly different area about a pretty interesting which is growing hugely. "Thank you very much Dr. Bollard for sitting down with us today, we hope to see you next year in Vietnam." VisitArirang NewsOfficial Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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Executive Focus: Dr. Ibrahim B. Ibrahim, Economic Advisor to The Emir of Qatar

Executive Focus: Dr. Ibrahim B. Ibrahim, Economic Advisor to The Emir of Qatar

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His Excellency Dr. Ibrahim B. Ibrahim is an economic advisor to His Highness Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, The Emir of Qatar. He spoke with The Prospect Group about Qatar's energy sector, the economy, and economic diversification efforts. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/dr-ibrahim-b-ibrahim-economic-advisor-to-the-emir-of-qatar-8517/
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