Американский оператор кинотеатров AMC Entertainment, принадлежащий китайскому магнату Ван Цзяньлиню, достиг соглашения о приобретении шведской сети кинотеатров Nordic Cinema Group Holding AB за $929 млн, говорится в пресс-релизе AMC.
Also featuring: Africa’s clean break; Felipe Melo; and feeling heavy with drink Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin – assessing what makes the rebranded Fifa 2.0 better: “I can see their objective of World Cup expansion is to make money. That’s one thing you can see clearly now: the new Fifa is more focused on income.” Continue reading...
Китайский бизнесмен Ван Цзяньлинь, владелец Dalian Wanda Group, являющейся одним из спонсоров Международной федерации футбола (ФИФА), рассказал о причине расширения числа участников чемпионата мира по футболу. Читать далее
http://www.weforum.org/ An Insight, An Idea with Wang Jianlin
Entertainment Industry Prospects Best In Emerging Markets, Wanda's Wang Jianlin Tells Forbes China
China's mega-mogul also talks about real estate and his workouts.
Wang Jianlin, China’s richest man and a growing force in the global entertainment industry, won applause from guests and staff at Wanda Group’s annual gala on Sunday by belting out a few songs himself. Wang, whose company last year added Dick Clark Productions to its global assets, sang a Chinese rock [...]
122 млрд доллардан бас тартқан байдың баласы жұртты таң қалдырды деп хабарлайды Deadbees.net сайтына сілтеме жасап NUR.KZ. Ван Цзяньлин. Фото: deadbees.net Қытайдағы ең бай адам Ван Цзяньлинге бар байлығын қалдырып кететін мұрагер табуға тура кеп тұр. Өйткені, ұлы Ван Сыцун ол сияқты өмір сүргісі келмегендіктен, әкесінің қыруар ақшасынан бас тартқан. Dalian Wanda Grouр компаниясының негізін қалаушы және директорлар кеңесінің төрағасы Ван жексенбі күндері өткен кәсіпкерлердің саммитінде баласының алға қойған мақсаттарының бөлек екенін және өзінің кәсібін сеніп тапсыратын үміткерлер іздейтінін айтқан. Үлкен компаниядағы сауда орындары, қонақүйлер, ойын-сауық кешендері және спорттық клубтарды өз қарауына алғысы келмеген Ван Сыцун әкесінің жиған капиталының 2%-ын ғана иелік етеді. Фото: deadbees.net 28 жастағы Ван мамыр айында Ван Кеке атты итіне Apple Watches алтын сағатын алып берген. Ол оны алдыңғы аяқтарына тағып жүр. Фото: deadbees.net Ал, қыркүйекте бай баласы өзінің төртаяқты сүйіктісіне сегіз iPhone 7 сыйлаған. Фото: deadbees.net Тағы оқыңыздар: Назарбаев: Биліктегі өкілеттікті қайта бөлу мәселесін қарайтын уақыт жетті Назарбаев зейнетақы мен жәрдемақы көлемін ұлғайтуды тапсырды Таиландта демалыста жүрген қазақстандық турист қаза болды Қостанайлық келіншектің несиеге алған iPhone-ны жарылып кетті Төреғали желіде тарап кеткен жағымсыз суретіне қатысты жауап берді Ұлын бір айда үш медаль алды деп мақтаған Қайраттың анасы сынның астында қалды
China's richest man Wang Jianlin revealed at an entrepreneur summit on Saturday that he has a message to U.S. President-elect Donald Trump.
Wang Jianlin(Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images) Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, chairman of Dalian Wanda Group, said that thousands of U.S. employees would suffer if Chinese investments in the U.S. are blocked. "I met with the President of Motion Picture Association of America who said he wants to meet with Mr. Trump [...]
His Excellency Joko Widodo, President of the Republic of Indonesia, to officiate opening of theForbes Global CEO Conference 2016 Wang Jianlin receives the Malcolm S. Forbes Lifetime Achievement Award JAKARTA (November 29, 2016) – The 16th annual Forbes Global CEO Conference officially opens today in Jakarta, gathering some 400 of the [...]
U.S.-China trade benefits most Americans, but nevertheless becomes a political issue every presidential election. Four years ago Barack Obama and Mitt Romney went to the airwaves in Ohio essentially accusing each other of being economic traitors. The reelected Obama then said little more about the issue. The process recurred this year. Donald Trump pledged to "get rid of" the trade deficit with China "fairly quickly." He advocated a 45 percent tariff on Chinese imports. It's an awful idea which would act like a tax on American consumers, hurting those of modest means the most. U.S. business, too, would suffer: raise the price of steel and auto exports become less affordable at home and competitive abroad. Such a tariff also would violate international trade rules and ignite a trade war. Hillary Clinton responded by abandoning her prior support for free trade. For instance, she backed away from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which she helped negotiate as secretary of state. That would empower Beijing--excluded from the TPP--which has been promoting a number of free trade agreements in the region. Washington would leave American businesses looking at the Asian market from the outside. The economics of trade is badly misunderstood. The trade deficit is an accounting fiction, derived from counting private purchases and sales. Money spent overseas doesn't disappear. If it did, we would be receiving goods and services for free. Such a deal! Who would complain if the People's Republic of China was giving away iPhones and computers? Instead, Chinese exporters accumulate dollars to use. The PRC currently is the third largest buyer of U.S. exports, $116 billion in goods and $45 billion in services last year. Chinese consumers don't buy more because the PRC remains a poor nation, but private consumption is rising faster than in the U.S. McKinsey & Co. figures there will be about 630 million middle class households within six years. China might eventually live up to its economic promise: the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission concluded that China's "focus on services and technology may create one of the world's largest consumer markets, generating up to $6 trillion of new market opportunities" for American firms. When not spent on stuff, American dollars typically are invested. A lot of wealthy Chinese have a lot of money to place. Shanghai's equivalent of the Forbes billionaire list reports 594 Chinese billionaires, more than in America, "only" 535. Wang Jianlin, a real estate mogul, tops the list. His business, Dalian Wanda Group, has purchased Legendary Pictures and agreed to an "open-ended investment partnership" with Sony Pictures. As of 2014 the PRC owned $1.24 trillion in federal debt, Chinese buyers are helpfully holding down interest rates on federal debt. And far from gaining a weapon for use against Washington, Beijing has become a hostage to American economic policies. What greater irony than for China to send U.S. dollars back to the U.S.? Even better, Chinese individuals and companies increasingly invest in American firms. Five years ago PRC investment ran just $5 billion. In 2015 it was about $15 billion. This year the total is expected to end up around $30 billion. At the beginning of 2016 there were more than 1900 Chinese-affiliated firms in America employing about 90,000 people. Chinese investment is win-win: U.S. businesses which attract foreign investment are more likely to expand, add employees, and earn greater profits. Retiring seniors also gain. A recent report from the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations and Rhodium Group explained: "When a Chinese company pays top dollar to acquire a public U.S. company, the U.S. company's shareholders generally receive cash in excess of the stock price. Given that the largest owners of U.S. stocks are American pension funds and households, it follows that the purchase benefits accrue primarily to American retirees and households." Obviously some potential investments raise security concerns, and proposed deals must pass muster with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States. Nevertheless, the more money China pours into the U.S. economy, the better. The two governments have pledged to streamline the investment review process, limiting it to cases of genuine national security. Moreover, they are to accelerate negotiation on a bilateral investment treaty, which should create a better legal framework. Irrespective of what Beijing does, Washington should streamline regulations which unnecessarily impede such investment. In particular, politicians who contend that Chinese consumers don't buy enough U.S. products should not interfere with offers by Chinese investors to put their money into the American economy. Despite the sometimes scathing criticism of trade this past presidential election, international commerce is good--both imports and exports. So, too, foreign investment in America. Policymakers should resist the Sirens of protectionism and welcome business with the rest of the world. That means not just not barring foreign products. Government also must create a legal and political framework receptive to international commerce. If Americans want the world to welcome their products and money, they must in turn accept the same from other nations. This article was first posted to Forbes online. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Top business leaders from Greater China and around the world will be on hand when the Forbes Global CEO Conference kicks off for the 16thtime on Tuesday. The conference, to be held in Jakarta, comes against the backdrop of new political leadership in the United States after the election of businessman [...]
Famous Chinese director Feng Xiaogang has accused China's richest man Wang Jianlin of underplaying his new film in the latter's cinema chain.
Dalian Wanda Group, the main holding company of China billionaire Wang Jianlin, has bought Dick Clark Productions for approximately $1 billion, marking Wanda's entry into the television production industry and expanding its global footprint in the entertainment field. Dick Clark Productions possesses more than 20annualTV shows, including the Golden Globe Awards, [...]
Китайский конгломерат Dalian Wanda Group, принадлежащий самому богатому человеку Китая Ван Цзяньлиню, достиг предварительного соглашения с властями индийского штата Харьяна об инвестировании $10 млрд в строительство промышленной зоны в штате, сообщает агентство Bloomberg.