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Time to Take Responsibility
The second rich generation are generally highly-educated people, with 43.5 percent of them having overseas education background and 64 percent choosing business management as their major. Their special life experience and family background throw them into the limelight
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Training schools for heirs of Chinese fortunes and businesses have been gaining popularity from 2006. Some of the training programs even include pilgrimages to revolutionary sites and visits to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. The tuition fees at these schools are typically very high

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Chinese Private Enterprises to Expand
Going global and the low-carbon economy will be the development trends of Chinese private enterprises for the next 20 years
Wahaha vs. Danone
A peaceful resolution to the dispute between Wahaha and Danone can avoid great losses on both sides
Hurun Rich List 2012 Released
Five Chinese entrepreneurs win honors for amassing personal fortunes of $10 billion or more
Beverage King in Hot Water
Zong Qinghou, founder of the Wahaha Group, China's leading indigenous drink producer, may have stepped down as a tactic to win over a mammoth rival
Family Ties: The Problem of Nominating Successors
Mao Lixiang, the former Board Chairman of Faixiang Group, founded the Family Business Succession School
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