Yahoo Pulls out of China, Citing ‘Challenging’ Environment
By Zen Soo
Most of Yahoo’s services were already blocked in China, but stricter government control over the tech sector may have hastened the company’s exit.
China’s Neo-Nationalism Poses Risks for International Businesses
By Charles Mok and Dennis Kwok
Companies and firms that used to straddle both the West and China with ease – like LinkedIn and Mayer Brown – are now finding themselves in uncharted territory.
China’s Great Firewall: A Serious Pain in the Neck for European and US Companies
By Charlotte Gao
While China vows to become a “strong cyberpower,” China’s internet restrictions are having the opposite effect.
China Defends Controversial Anti-Terror Law
By Shannon Tiezzi
China's draft anti-terror law -- the bane of foreign tech firms -- is moving closer to becoming reality.
China Fines Mercedes-Benz, Not Domestic Firms
By Sara Hsu
China’s interpretation of its anti-trust law will continue to leave large foreign firms vulnerable.
In China, Foreigners Come First
It’s often said foreigners get special treatment in China. But for multinationals, being singled out is not always pleasant.