The Australian Financial Review’s Phillip Cooley reports on discussions between Australia,...
by Mengyu Dong | Aug 28, 2012
The world’s second largest economy is shunning confrontational tactics in business dealings with the U.S. and Canada in favor of a newly adopted lobbying strategy, which is being tested by its North American partners. From Paul...
by Xiao Qiang | Feb 10, 2010
From the Daily Telegraph, by Malcolm Moore in Shanghai and Peter Foster in Beijing: Faced with regulations that are often impossible to meet and a climate of overwhelming protectionism, many said they are now openly considering...
by Liu Yong | Oct 13, 2009
From New York Times: With the global recession making consumers and businesses more price-conscious, China is grabbing market share from its export competitors, solidifying a dominance in world trade that many economists say...
by Liu Yong | Aug 1, 2009
From Wall Street Journal: China launched formal complaints at the World Trade Organization in a bid to take down trade barriers set up by the European Union and U.S., a sign Beijing is fighting more aggressively to keep foreign...
From the Archives
Jiang resigned. Hu takes over as China's military chief
Sep 19, 2004
Alibaba Shares Surge in IPO Debut
Sep 19, 2014
Watch Appraisal Buys Handcuffs for Online Sleuth
Sep 19, 2013
Making Waves, Carefully, on the Air in China - Philip P. Pan
Sep 19, 2005