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March 25, 2015
MW Executive Perspective

Dr. Chen Yuhong, ChinaSoft International


In March's issue of Executive Perspective, martinwolf interviews Dr. Chen Yuhong, Chairman of the Board & CEO of Chinasoft International. Dr. Chen officially founded ChinaSoft in 2000 after a career in IT, and since then has seen the company grow to more than 23,000 employees.


Dr. Chen Yuhong

Our interview primarily examines the Chinese IT landscape and the opportunities therein, particularly as global currencies and economies are in flux. Dr. Chen gives his perspective on the cultural differences between the US and Chinese business environments, and how he sees new opportunity in a slowing Chinese domestic market.


Dr. Chen also talks about his predictions for 2015 and beyond, as technology provides the means for what he calls a "mass innovation movement." Going forward, he expects the Internet to continue to be at the center of China's major business developments.


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