A stream of recent analysis and news coverage has continued to examine the development of advanced...
foreign investment in China
by Samuel Wade | Apr 5, 2019
As China’s internment camps in Xinjiang and their million-plus inhabitants attract mounting...
by Cindy | Aug 6, 2013
With GDP growth slowing to 7.5% in the second quarter, Beijing has invited foreign investors to bid on $55 billion worth of urban infrastructure projects. Reuters reports: The projects include rail transport, roads, rail transit...
by Melissa M. Chan | May 29, 2012
As China’s local wine market grows and foreign labels are running vineyards in China, wine from the Gobi desert is aiming at the booming market. The Gobi desert is located in the Inner Mongolia and Xinjiang region. Although the...
by cdtstaff | Oct 15, 2011
Despite the global economic crisis, another indication that retailers are still confident in expanding their China market. American clothing retailer Gap Inc., has announced that it will close a fifth of its American locations...
by victoriawu | Apr 26, 2011
Small and medium sized American factories are already losing out to China in a big way. A new Reuters article asks a intriguing question: How should America deal with its China problem? The best answer, they suggest, is to...
by Japhet Weeks | Jan 19, 2009
International investor Jim Rogers is optimistic about China’s economic future. From Reuters: Rogers, co-founder along George Soros of the Quantum Fund, railed at the Federal Reserve and incoming U.S. Treasury Secretary...
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