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  • Implications of African China Business Links (Part 1)

    There are many shades of opinion about the political implications of China business links with Africa, but the economic, financial, and industrial implications are above controversy. China ...

  • China Becomes India’s Top Trading Partner

    A recent report by the New Delhi-based industry trade group, the PHD Chamber of Commerce, reveals that China has replaced the United Arab Emirates as India's top trading partner, with ...

  • China Business Spurt from the Olympics (Part 1)

    It is common knowledge that every Olympics means big business, but exactly how much is that? A glance at the web site for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing will show what the event means for China ...

  • China Clicks onto Online Shopping

    China has not escaped the global financial crisis which has had an impact on its export market. To counteract this negative effect, China's manufacturers, retailers and other suppliers have ...

  • Upgrade of ASEAN-China FTA to be Negotiated

    At the 13th AEM-MOFCOM conference held earlier this week in Naypyidaw, Myanmar, it was agreed to upgrade the ASEAN-China Free Trade Area (ACTFA) in order to ensure that it remains relevant ...

  • All Computer Monitor Roads Lead to China

    You can tell how well a business fares from its office ambience. It is the same for homes of the successful. There are many pointers from drive-ways to wash rooms. Some have just snob ...

  • China-Eurasia Expo – Promoting Cross-Border Trade

    With the Xinjiang Province of China covering almost one-sixth of the country's landmass and sharing borders with Russia, Pakistan and Kazakhstan, it is set to serve a key position in China's ...

  • Russia and China Pursue Bilateral Trade and Cooperation

    At the invitation Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, China’s Premier Wen Jiabao will be paying a visit to Russia from Monday 27 October. The two leaders will be meeting in Moscow to discuss a ...

  • The US Recession, China, and You

    It would be most unusual if you did not buy anything from or sell to China. You may not always be aware of which country owns your favorite brands. Some top American names are now ...

  • MEPs Call for Increased Level of EU-China Cooperation

    With Chinese exports to the European Union showing a growth of 18.7 percent in 2007 and topping €231bn, China has become the EU’s second largest trading partner. Acknowledging that the EU ...

  • Clean Energy Innovations Hampered By Policies

    With a new round of Strategic Economic Dialogue between the United States and China looming on the horizon, US Commerce Secretary Gary Locke will be heading up a trade mission to China, ...

  • China Invests in Cleaning Up Pollution

    A recent announcement by China's Ministry of Environment Protection that the government plans to invest 2 trillion yuan in the development of technologies to deal with the pollution of its ...