A string of reports this week have described foreign businesses' preparations for and anxieties...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 21, 2018
Last month, German carmaker Daimler repeatedly apologized for hurting Chinese feelings, disavowing...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 18, 2017
New guidelines from the State Administration for Industry and Commerce forbids the registration of...
by Natalie Ornell | Jun 1, 2014
At HuffPost Live, journalist Howard French speaks about the themes in his book "China's Second...
by Natalie Ornell | Mar 4, 2014
Reuters reports (via the SCMP) that Russia may have overestimated China's support of its military...
by Cindy | Sep 2, 2013
A recent trend of confessions by foreign and local business executives on state television has...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 15, 2013
As online regulation tightens, Paul Mozur and Carlos Tejada report on its growing toll on foreign businesses in China. From The Wall Street Journal: Fredrik Bergman ran into a problem when a client in Sweden tried to transfer...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 26, 2012
The head of Sony's China operations claimed on Tuesday that business has "more or less" returned to normal for Japanese companies hit by this year's Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands dispute. From Reuters: The spat plunged relations...
by Scott Greene | Nov 26, 2012
In a continuation of the investigation into the business dealings of Premier Wen Jiabao and his family, The New York Times' David Barboza details the emergence of Ping An Insurance as a leading Chinese financial institution and...
by Don Weinland | Dec 10, 2010
Lenovo President Liu Chuanzhi surprises Wanda Chairman Wang Jianlin with a question about his accumulated wealth and his father’s revolutionary past.
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