China has reduced planned cuts to subsidies for electric vehicles, as the government continues its...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 12, 2012
As the US, EU and Japan pursue a WTO case against China for allegedly abusing its near monopoly over rare earth supplies, China Daily argues that tightening control is a necessary environmental protection measure, not an...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 8, 2011
After nurturing rapid expansion of its automotive industry for years, China appears ready to make a U-turn, shifting its emphasis from quantity to quality. From The New York Times: Lu Shize, director of air pollution control at...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 21, 2011
The minister, Christine Lagarde, denies suggestions of Chinese involvement in the alleged industrial espionage described by her Industry counterpart as “economic warfare”. Three men were fired from car manufacturer...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 19, 2010
From the New York Times: The Chinese government, determined to become a world leader in green technology, says it plans to invest billions of dollars over the next few years to develop electric and hybrid vehicles. The...
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