On Monday, China’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection announced in an online...
by Josh Rudolph | Mar 22, 2013
On the first stop of his first trip abroad as China’s president, Xi Jinping met with Russian president Vladimir Putin today in Moscow. U.S. News reports on the grand welcome that met the Chinese head-of-state, and the...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 2, 2011
Chinese businesses are seen as second only to Russia’s in their readiness to hand out bribes abroad, according to a new survey. Many of the industries in which China is particularly globally active, such as energy, mining...
by alicebirney | Mar 5, 2011
Although the rivalry between Japanese and South Korean companies has intensified, they are increasingly cooperating in ventures abroad to prevent Chinese competitors from getting too far ahead. Read the article in Asahi here:...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 9, 2011
Western energy firms have been targeted in cyber espionage attacks, apparently orchestrated by hackers working from inside China, the Wall Street Journal reports: Law-enforcement agencies said they are investigating the...
by Kate Zhao | Aug 20, 2007
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