Real estate developer Vanke's home sales reached 121.54 billion RMB ($19.2 billion USD) in 2011, bucking China's real estate market trends with an increase of 12.4% from the previous year. Under the leadership of Liang, the company is currently preparing for future changes in China's real estate market and plans to focus on cost controls in the coming years. The company is also planning to take a conservative approach to land purchases, focus on quick sales, and keep cash on hand.
The dean of the Guanghua School of Management, Hongbin Cai, thinks China's B-schools can churn out entrepreneurs - by emulating the U.S.
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