|Filed Under:||Local Interest / China|
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|Archived Since:||March 8, 2011|
Chinese equities finally catch up with the rally in Asia.
Beijing is attacking another American tech giant, demonstrating that for foreign companies it pays not to succeed in the Chinese market.
Xi Jinping’s “anti-corruption” campaign could be forcing the country back to its dark days.
Two big Chinese state institutions are slugging it out in an unprecedented struggle.
The U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue only feeds the already inflated sense of self-importance of Chinese leaders.
An “unprecedented wave of consolidation” is shaking up the Chinese online sector.
A Chinese entrepreneur wants to sell all-electric cars.
Chinese companies, which have trouble building projects in their own country, want to sell nuclear reactors around the world.
The Chinese have a far greater interest in protecting Iraqi oil than the U.S.
Beijing looks determined to undermine American business.
Beijing does not have the tools to prevent prices from continuing their worrying decline.
Beijing’s response to Washington’s criminal cases is both swift and comprehensive.
Indian businesses look set to grab investment that would have gone to Chinese enterprises.
What Jack Ma does not want you to know about the legality of his company’s structure.
Beijing looks like it set out to provoke Hanoi in the Paracels.
In a debt-fueled economy, less lending ultimately means contraction.
China’s most impressive smartphone manufacturer, facing a slowdown at home, is seeking new markets.
Li Ka-shing, Asia’s richest man, is signaling a severe downturn in Chinese real estate.
The Chinese are losing confidence fast in real estate.
Premier Li Keqiang’s program to revive the economy shows meaningful reform is off the table in Beijing.