Jack Perkowski Biografia
_Upon graduating Cum Laude from Yale and with High Distinction from the Harvard Business School where he was named a Baker Scholar, Jack spent twenty years on Wall Street, rising to head of investment banking at PaineWebber. Well before others recognized the significant role that China would play in the global economy, Jack spent three years investigating opportunities in Asia and China, leading to the founding in 1994 of ASIMCO Technologies, a major industrial enterprise, which he built and ran for fifteen years.
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What’s It Like to Buy a Tesla in China?
What’s It Like to Buy a Tesla in China? March 21, 2014
China figures big in the future plans of Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), the Palo Alto, California-based electric car company that has captured the imagination of so many car enthusiasts — and investors. To illustrate how important China is to the company, Veronica Wu, Vice President of Tesla’s China operations, said earlier this year that she expects China to contribute “30 to 35 percent” of Tesla’s overall global sales growth targeted for 2014. At the same time, Elon Musk, Tesla’s founder, said that sales of Tesla electric vehicles in China would equal those in the United States as early as 2015. Taking these two statements together, Tesla expects its China sales to reach between 7,000 and 8,500 cars in 2014, and somewhere in the neighborhood of 25,000 cars in 2015.
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The Global Auto Forum 2013: Let Volvo Be Volvo.
__The Global Auto Forum 2013: Let Volvo Be Volvo October 23, 2013
The fourth annual Global Auto Forum (“GAF”) was held in Wuhan last week, and by all measures, it was the most successful ever. Building upon the success of the first three conferences, all of which were held in Chengdu, the GAF has become the leading automotive conference in China. Over 1,000 representatives from the Chinese and global automotive industry and the Chinese and international media attended this year’s event. [...]
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China Outbound M&A in 2011
China Outbound M&A in 2011 February 7, 2012
I may have been too hard on myself when assessing the accuracy of my predictions for 2011. At the beginning of last year, I predicted that 2011 would be a banner year for cross-border mergers and acquisitions between China and the United States and China and Europe. When reviewing how I did on my 2011 [...]
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China 2011 Wrap-up
China 2011 Wrap-up January 30, 2012
With most of the numbers in and New Year’s celebrations in both the West and China nearly behind us, it’s a good time to put a final wrap on 2011. On an overall basis, there are a number of conclusions that can be drawn from China’s economic performance in 2011. First, despite a year of tight [...]
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Menanging The Dragon's Predictions for the Year of the Dragon.
MTD’s Predictions for the Year of the Dragon January 4, 2012
The Year of the Dragon is upon us, and it’s time to predict how the New Year will turn out. Here’s the way I see it. Prediction #1: China’s economy will grow at 8.5 percent. Having lived and worked in China for 20 years, and having some sense for how the country works, I view [...]
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