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China Still Looms Over APEC
November 13, 2010
China Still Looms Over APEC
Despite Japanese efforts, a meeting between Naoto Kan and Hu Jintao looks unlikely today.
China Still Looms Over APEC
November 11, 2010
Will Hu Meet Kan?
The APEC summit would be a good place for the Chinese and Japanese leaders to talk. Will they?
Will Hu Meet Kan?
Youth Indifference in China
November 11, 2010
Youth Indifference in China
The Communist Party doesn’t need the affection or support of Chinese youths. Just their indifference.
Youth Indifference in China
China and the Middle East
November 09, 2010
China and the Middle East
China has traditionally put economics above politics in the Middle East. Is that about to change?
China and the Middle East
November 08, 2010
China's Rare Earth Own Goal
The decision by China to restrict exports of rare earth metals looks like a diplomatic and economic mistake.
China's Rare Earth Own Goal
Bloomberg: Stop Blaming China
November 08, 2010
Bloomberg: Stop Blaming China
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg takes a swipe at the US Congress and China bashing during Hong Kong trip.
Bloomberg: Stop Blaming China
The Dalai Lama Effect
November 05, 2010
The Dalai Lama Effect
A leader’s meeting with the Dalai Lama is bad for that country’s exports, a new study suggests.
The Dalai Lama Effect
What Midterms Mean for China
November 04, 2010
What Midterms Mean for China
Will the Republican triumph in the midterms put pressure on Barack Obama to take a tough line with China?
What Midterms Mean for China
China’s Education Gold Rush
November 03, 2010
China’s Education Gold Rush
US schools and colleges are keen to take advantage of growing Chinese interest in studying abroad.
China’s Education Gold Rush
China’s Education Gold Rush
November 03, 2010
China’s Education Gold Rush
US schools and colleges are keen to take advantage of growing Chinese interest in studying abroad.
China’s Education Gold Rush
November 01, 2010
Why Is China Isolating Itself?
With a wary eye on Beijing, Vietnam moves to improve ties with Japan and the United States.
Why Is China Isolating Itself?
Census Time in China
November 01, 2010
Census Time in China
The biggest census in history begins today as 6.5 million Chinese census takers hit the streets.
Census Time in China
Getting Rich in Shenzhen
October 29, 2010
Getting Rich in Shenzhen
Forbes magazine’s latest list of the richest people in China shows Shenzhen is the place for billionaires.
Getting Rich in Shenzhen
China's Risky Iran Strategy
October 28, 2010
China's Risky Iran Strategy
The Chinese govt has repeated its pledge to enforcing sanctions on Iran. But words need to be followed by action.
China's Risky Iran Strategy
Did China, US Do Currency Deal?
October 27, 2010
Did China, US Do Currency Deal?
Have the US and China made a behind-the-scenes deal over the gradual appreciation of the renminbi?
Did China, US Do Currency Deal?
A New Industrial Order
October 25, 2010
A New Industrial Order
China’s latest five-year plan offers a glimpse of what Western firms will be facing off against in the future.
A New Industrial Order
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