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Fixing China's Sharing Economy Woes
Labor strikes, low wages, and impossible deliveries have ravaged China's gig economy. Simply hiring contracted workers may lead to sustainable growth.
2018/07/11 | New Mandala
'Thailand 4.0': No Security in the Growing Thai Gig Economy
Thailand has high hopes for the growth of its sharing economy. Despite promising early returns for workers, there is little reason to believe they will lead to long-term stability.
2017/06/06 | Lu Hongyong
Why Shared Umbrellas Are Hardly Taking China By Storm
Fairweather investors and ill-considered business models are putting a damper on the industry’s future growth.
2017/02/06 | Liu Sha
WeWork Carves Out Space in China’s Cluttered Office Market
Managing director Ole Ruch says the sharing economy is on the cusp of becoming a ‘powerful force’ in China.
2016/12/09 | Matthew Fulco
Airbnb Faces an Uncertain Future in Taiwan
The company’s popular apartment-sharing business remains illegal in Taiwan.
2015/10/07 | Yang
Airbnb Proposes to be Legalized in Taiwan
Airbnb has promised to pay taxes and provide tenant insurance, which meets the initial requirements of the Executive Yuan. The travel and B&B industries also welcome Airbnb to come to Taiwan for further development.