Yahoo has withdrawn from China, making it the latest in a host of foreign companies that have abandoned the country. Yahoo attributed its decision to the “increasingly challenging business and legal environment” in China....
Billions in International Pension Funds Support Abuses in China; Hong Kongers Flee With Their Own Pensions
by Oliver Young | Oct 21, 2021
A report by the NGO Hong Kong Watch reveals that numerous major international pension funds have been heavily invested in Chinese companies connected to serious human rights issues. Some of these pension holders, such as members...
by John Chan | Mar 8, 2021
More than a month into the Biden administration and as Chinese top leaders meet for the annual “Two Sessions” top political meetings in Beijing, it appears that protracted U.S.-China tensions are here to stay. Last...
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 Sophie Beach | Oct 16, 2005
From The New York Times: The Bush administration on Sunday promoted a sweeping plan to overhaul China’s financial markets and open the country to foreign banks, investment firms and insurance companies. Chinese officials offered virtually no public reaction on the U.S. agenda. In a brief news conference at the end of a meeting of finance […]
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- Mind Matters – #WhereIsPengShuai: China’s Star Tennis Player Went Missing
- The New York Times – China’s Silence on Peng Shuai Shows the Limits of Beijing’s Propaganda
- The Hindu – What happened to Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai?
- Vice – How China Managed to Wipe Out All Mentions of Its Most Explosive #MeToo Case
- WSJ – China’s Response to Peng Shuai Allegations Follows Familiar Pattern