COVID-19 Casualties Among Foreign Companies in China
By Bonnie Girard
After three years, foreign managers are now returning to China – only to find that their businesses are no longer run according to the founding principles and practices.
Decoding China’s Counter-Espionage Crackdown
By Dan Macklin
The recent series of raids and arrests signals an expanded national security drive during Xi Jinping’s third term.
Foreign Companies in China Face Growing Scrutiny, Pressure
By Joe McDonald
New crackdowns are a jarring backdrop for official efforts to reverse a decline in foreign business interest in China.
China’s Private Sector Is Under Siege
By Catherine Tai
Will China continue to have a viable market economy with socialist characteristics?
Foreign Companies Should Give up Their China Fantasy
By Chauncey Jung
China is now attempting to force foreign companies to accept its own ideology.
China's Progress on Intellectual Property Rights (Yes, Really)
By William Weightman
Foreign firms have been slow to realize the substantial changes in China's protection of IP rights.
Why German Companies Are Threatening to Retreat From China
By Charlotte Gao
The firms are concerned by the CCP's attempts to increase its influence within foreign companies
China’s Quest for Cybersecurity Causes Headache for Foreign Companies
By Nabil Alsabah
International businesses struggle to comply with China's new cyberspace regulations.
China’s New Confrontationalism Could Spark Investment Boom in SE Asia
By Thomas Jandl
If Chinese authorities keep going after foreign multinationals, ASEAN could be the winner.
China's Economic Reforms
By Shannon Tiezzi
The Diplomat speaks with Dr. David Dollar about China's proposed economic reforms.