Did China pressure an American company to fire a US worker in the United States?
The 49-year-old Nebraska man lost his job after a tweet-related international incident that demonstrates the challenges Western companies face when they do business with China.
As Chinese products flood India markets, New Delhi demands fairness
India is determined to bridge a ballooning trade deficit of about $50 billion.
Get ready for the ‘Voice of China’
A proposed merger of the country’s three top broadcasters puts all types of media, including movies, TV programs and books, firmly under the thumb of the communist party’s propaganda department.
Meet China’s likely point man for dealing with the US
Many thought China’s once powerful anti-corruption chief was heading toward retirement but Wang Qishan has a long track record of handling tough situations and is expected to be China’s go-to person when it comes to dealing with the United States.
Trump’s decision to slap tariffs on China could end up benefiting Beijing
Trump’s trade offensive could make it impossible for the Western world to jointly counter Beijing’s protectionism.
China moves to take its place on the world stage via Africa
Is Beijing using Africa as a testing ground for a new kind of multilayered engagement around the world?
China sends critics on vacation before moving to scrap president’s term limit
Beijing’s communist party rulers are expected approve a constitutional amendment allowing the country’s powerful leader Xi Jinping to serve as president for life if he chooses.
China Catholics can only attend state-sanctioned churches, but that could change soon
Ties between the Vatican and Beijing have warmed under Pope Francis, so much so that the Vatican and Beijing are reportedly working out a deal on the appointment of bishops in China, a process Beijing currently controls.
A trade war between the US and China could leave foreign companies caught in the crossfire
No one wants a trade war, but a survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in China finds that more than 60 percent of its members do want the US government to take action to correct trade imbalances.
Iran protests resonate with China democracy advocates
While democracy advocates hope for similar uprisings in China, authorities moved to limit online discussions of anti-government demonstrations in Iran.