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The challenges of doing business in China

Professor Andrew Clare explains why a knowledge of world markets is an integral feature of a Cass MBA

Thursday, 1 July, 2010

Cass Business School’s annual China symposium brings together MBA students and business leaders to discuss the potential and challenges of the Chinese economy. Our speakers come from some of the region’s most important foreign investors as well as many leading Chinese organisations.
The week-long symposium offers a unique opportunity to network for MBA students studying in London and Shanghai, alumni currently living and working in China, and key business leaders, employers and policy makers from the region. It allows those involved to make new business connections and learn about some of the traditions and practices they will need to understand in order to thrive in the Chinese market.
In this special edition of Cass Talks Professor Andrew Clare, Associate Dean for Cass specialist Masters programmes, explains the importance of understanding different business cultures and how the Cass MBA is designed to equip our students for the modern business world.
The Cass Talks interviews are an opportunity to hear Cass faculty give their perspective on current business and finance news stories, global issues affecting the business world and new research coming out of the School.
Andrew Clare is a Professor of Asset Management at Cass Business School. Listen, watch and download Andrew’s Cass Talks and see other Cass academics share their opinions at

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