Bloomberg reports: China, the world’s biggest exporter, started two anti-dumping investigations today and levied tariffs on some nylon products, as it escalated trade spats with the U.S. and the European Union. Probes were...
by Japhet Weeks | Mar 16, 2009
The price tag of Chinese goods may soon include the hidden costs of pollution. From Reuters: Countries that buy Chinese goods should be held responsible for the carbon dioxide emitted by the factories that make them in any...
by Gao Fei | Jun 15, 2007
by Gao Fei | Jun 8, 2007
by Sophie Beach | Nov 5, 2005
From the Archives
Censorship Vault: Stocks, Taxes, Blood
Jan 04, 2013
China provides access to ID database to curb fraud - Xinhua
Feb 09, 2007
Venturing into Unreported China - Dan Griffiths
Sep 07, 2007
Detective Work by 'Black Jail' Prisoners Leads to Trial
Apr 23, 2014