This week, China announced a decision to begin liberalizing a millennia-old state monopoly on the...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 17, 2014
Human Rights Watch’s China Director Sophie Richardson writes at The Globe and Mail that with...
by Cindy | Sep 16, 2014
Despite the Chinese state’s vigorous control of Internet use within its borders, its large...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 5, 2014
Reuters’ Jim Finkle notes China’s exclusion of American Symantec and Russian Kaspersky...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 29, 2014
Microsoft appears to have attracted the attention of Chinese business regulators, soon after the...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 7, 2013
As New Zealand dairy company Fonterra deals with the blowback from the recall of some of its milk powder that was contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, the company is now also being fined for alleged price-fixing in China....
by Samuel Wade | Jul 17, 2013
China’s richest man, Wahaha beverage tycoon Zong Qinghou, proposes tax cuts and monopoly break-ups to reverse slowing economic growth which has alarmed many observers. From Bloomberg “Economic growth will slow down again...
by Liu Yong | Aug 13, 2009
From Reuters: Draft anti-monopoly rules issued by China propose restrictions on price agreements that could apply to deals reached by foreign companies beyond the country’s borders, potentially in mining and other sectors....
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