The Wall Street Journal reports that China has taken another step toward “improving its...
by Josh Rudolph | Sep 25, 2013
After accusing Danone of bribing Chinese doctors to provide their Dumex brand baby formula last...
by Scott Greene | May 16, 2013
China stepped up its rhetoric against the European Union on Thursday, after Brussels threatened to open anti-dumping investigations into Chinese telecom equipment suppliers Huawei and ZTE. From Paul Mozur and Wayne Ma of The...
by Scott Greene | Dec 3, 2011
In a widely anticipated ruling, the International Trade Commission voted unanimously on Friday to continue investigating government subsidies in the Chinese solar industry in response to an anti-dumping petition filed by seven...
by Scott Greene | Nov 21, 2011
While the U.S. government investigates the possibility of illegal government subsidies in the Chinese solar industry after seven American solar companies filed an anti-dumping petition last month, Chinese manufacturers will...
by zhou shuren | Oct 19, 2011
The New York Times reports the announcement of a Chinese supercomputer built with domestically designed and manufactured chips. Although it runs at only 40% of the speed of the Intel- and Nvidia-based Tianhe-1A unveiled last...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 8, 2011
After nurturing rapid expansion of its automotive industry for years, China appears ready to make a U-turn, shifting its emphasis from quantity to quality. From The New York Times: Lu Shize, director of air pollution control at...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 11, 2011
Last week, Beijing acquiesced to US demands and ended subsidies to wind turbine manufacturers using Chinese-made parts rather than imports. The Guardian’s Jonathan Watts, however, argues that Chinese wind firms will retain...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 7, 2011
In a major victory for U.S. manufacturers, China has agreed to end subsidies to wind power companies that use domestically-sourced components: The action is significant because of intense competition between U.S. and Chinese...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 3, 2011
Caixin notes that China’s already lucrative online gaming industry is awash with government subsidies: Shanda Interactive Entertainment Ltd (NASDAQ:SNDA), China’s largest Internet gaming operator, booked 313 million...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 7, 2009
The Financial Times reports: China will take steps next year to boost rural demand while trying to curb overcapacity in numerous industrial sectors, the government said on Monday at the end of its annual closed-door gathering to...
by Gao Fei | Jun 22, 2007
An update on rising pork prices, from Jongo News: The Ministry of Finance said on Friday the government will subsidize insurance payments for pig farmers to protect the industry from collapsing in the event of disease outbreaks, and to stabilize rising pork prices. The ministry will also spend 470 million yuan ($61.7 million) to subsidize […]
by Mo Ming | Apr 11, 2006
From the Associated Press via the New York Times (link): China will pay an extra 12.5 billion yuan ($1.6 billion) in subsidies to grain growers this year, more than doubling support to help compensate for higher fuel prices and other production costs, the government said. The government has sharply raised subsidies to farmers in recent […]
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