Daniel W. Drezner writes on the Foreign Policy blog:
The Financial Times has been working overtime to discussing an emergent trend: multinational CEOs in Europe and the United States ripping into China.
In some ways, this started earlier this year. There was Google’s complaint, of course. And, as TNR’s James Mann noted, “Both the American Chamber of Commerce in Beijing and the European Chamber of Commerce in China have issued reports in recent months conceding that the business climate for foreign companies there has steadily worsened.”
Things have been heating up in July, however.