Business in China is dominated by huge state-owned enterprises and is supported by a subsidized nationalistic financing system. Two videos here discuss the impact of these complementary and intertwined models as China competes globally in key sectors.
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SinoPowell Capital has worked in over 30 countries on six continents since 1999 on transactions with a combined market value in excess of US$20 Billion ...
in mining, energy, finance, real estate, logistics, aviation and other sectors for government, public and private clients as an advisor, an intermediary and a principal
Update on the business and political climate in Mongolia (especially relating to the mining industry) from Steve Powell (right), shown here with Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj.
The Resource Curse, also known as the Paradox of Plenty, is analyzed and explained through well-known economic models with examples of successful and unsuccessful management in Africa and elsewhere.
South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit (left) with US Secretary of State John Kerry and former Secretary Hillary Clinton in Washington DC to discuss his country’s independence, business and political climate and infrastructure needs.
South Sudan stopped producing oil to protest Sudan’s pipeline monopoly. The World Bank (President Jim Yong Kim and Steve Powell above), China and the US provided aid as new pipelines are contemplated and production resumes.
Ethiopia considers a Stock Exchange to complement its Commodities Exchange through a proposal made by SinoPowell Capital.
is a principal in several projects in Africa ...
involving US and foreign Government financing, private equity, local partners, strategic allies, and global equipment and service suppliers
At left, Steve Powell (center) meets with the Emerging Markets Power Fund (EMPF) in Beijing to discuss collaboration on solar energy projects. Powell and SinoPowell Capital are partners in several transactions involving Chinese financing, EPCs and equipment vendors. He attended the 2017 Belt & Road and Cross-Border Investment CEO Summit in Beijing sponsored by the China Investment Corporation (CIC).
Powell is seen at left with CIC Executive Vice President Qi Bin.
Powell in photo above (second from right) meeting in Bulgaria in August 2017 with HEC, one of the world's largest EPCs (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) of clean energy projects around the world, to discuss transactions in Mexico, Nigeria and Egypt.