China’s Lobbying Game Tested by US, Canada

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...

Daniel W. Drezner: The Death of the China Lobby?

Daniel W. Drezner writes on the Foreign Policy blog: The Financial Times has been working overtime to discussing an emergent trend: multinational CEOs in Europe and the United States ripping into China. In some ways, this...

Beijing to Close Thousands of Lobbying Offices

Outlook Magazine reports that Beijing is closing thousands of representative offices from local regions that conduct lobbying in the capital. AP reports: Liaison offices representing regional governments have operated in the...

China alarmists – William Hawkins

From the Washington Times: The public would be shocked at the work done in Washington by American firms on behalf of overseas interests trying to influence U.S. policy. James Sasser, ambassador to Beijing during the Clinton administration, once said, “The Chinese really don’t do any lobbying. The heavy lifting is done by the American business […]

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