This week, all eyes were on the Chinese economy growth figures, the lowest since 2009; and and Tesla stunned company.
| Oct. 24 2014
Politics can often be a deal breaker in business between India and China. But now that might change due to.
| Oct. 20 2014
In China’s fast-changing business environment, multinational companies are finding it increasingly hard to compete with Chinese companies.
| Sep. 9 2014
China is not known to be an innovative economy, but Shaun Rein, author of The End of Copycat China, believes.
| Aug. 25 2014
China Roundup: The Xiaomi-Ouya Tie-up; Heinz’s Baby Cereal Recalled; and Amazon’s Shanghai FTZ Entry
This week, Heinz recalled infant cereal after authorities found lead contamination; Xiaomi tied up with Ouya; Japanese auto part companies.
| Aug. 22 2014
This week, Mercedes-Benz faced an anti-monopoly probe; the Tesla China trademark episode finally came to an end; WeChat.
| Aug. 8 2014
China Roundup: Apple inches ahead of Samsung in China; China’s Staggering Debt; and a New Food Scandal
The week that was: Apple is making a comeback and beating Samsung in China; China has a debt-to-GDP.
| Jul. 25 2014
Can the traditional TV broadcaster successfully play ball in China’s digital content market? Looking around on the metro in.
| May. 15 2014
The week that was: China may trump the US to become the world’s largest economy soon; the Chinese P2P.
| May. 4 2014
The week that was: China GDP growth falls to 7.4%; government may ease controls on housing market; and Tencent.
| Apr. 18 2014
China Roundup: Tencent buys into China’s Yelp; Dongfeng offers a lifeline to Peugeot; and Fosun might buy Forbes
The week that was: State-owned automaker Dongfeng Motor Corporation invests in ailing French company PSA Peugeot Citroen; Xiaomi enters.
| Feb. 21 2014