At BloombergView, Adam Minter reports that the Chinese Communist Party is renewing a campaign to...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 24, 2011
Following China’s failure to meet a WTO deadline on relaxing cultural import controls, The Guardian describes the Chinese film industry’s fears of “colonisation” if Hollywood movies flood in: The 20...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 22, 2009
China is appealing the WTO ruling against China's limitations on the importation of foreign cultural products such as movies, books, and music. From AP: The World Trade Organization announced the appeal in a statement to its...
by Liu Yong | Aug 17, 2009
From Wall Street Journal: China said it is preparing to appeal last week's World Trade Organization ruling that could help to force open the country's market for U.S. movies, music and books. "We are preparing the necessary...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 13, 2009
The Chinese government has responded to the WTO ruling against limitations on imports of foreign movies, books and music. From the Financial Times: China on Thursday said it would consider launching an appeal against a World...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 15, 2005
From the Christian Science Monitor: In China, foreign-culture imports are carefully watched and vetted. No organized initiatives, no serious advertising, no creation of media fads or buzz can take place without party approval. Fads are pushed, experimented with, and sometimes abandoned if their popularity becomes too great or worrisome. “For many reasons, China allows in […]
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