Other Industries

Connectivity: A ‘Game Changer’ For Chinese Auto Companies | Post | June 1, 2016


China’s Auto Industry: Alive and Well | Post | May 3, 2016


Chinese Technology Firms Eye Auto | Post | May 25, 2015


China’s Growing Food Problem | Post | September 24, 2014


China Auto update: 2014 First Half | Post | July 20, 2014


China Leads in Renewable Investment– Again! | Post | June 16, 2014


The Price of Fighting Corruption in China | Post | June 4, 2014


China’s Two Sides (Part II): How Not to Treat a Chinese Partner | Post | November 25, 2013


Shale Gas: China’s Untapped Resource | Post | June 12, 2013


Smithfield and Shuanghui: Two Pigs in a Blanket? | Post | June 3, 2013


Feeding China’s Population | Post | April 25, 3013


Apple: Another Lesson on What Not to Do in China | Post | April 7, 2013


China’s Film Industry | Post | February 28, 2013


Canada Greenlights CNOOC’s Purchase of Nexen | Post | December 9, 2012


A123: Another Test For China’s U.S. Expansion Plans | Post | December 3, 2012


China Leads Foreign Direct Investment | Post | November 5, 2012


China’s SMEs Access the Bond Market | Post | October 27, 2012


International Retailers Struggle in China | Post | October 24, 2012


Making Sense of China’s Numbers | Post | October 9, 2012


Get Ready for More China Overseas Investment | Post | October 2, 2012


Cramer Like Joy Because China is “Turning Up” | Post | September 17, 2012


To The Media: The China Glass is Half Empty | Post | July 12, 2012


China’s Global Tungsten Monopoly | Post | June 28, 2012


Behind China’s Rare Earth Controversy | Post | June 21, 2012


China’s Economy is Slowing, But… | Post | June 5, 2012


Wedding Bells — And Cash Registers — Ring in China | Post | May 28, 2012


China’s Cities Take Steps to Stimulate Home Purchases | Post | May 14, 2012


Boeing Flies the Friendly Skies of China | Post | May 1, 2012


The China Glass: Half Empty or Half Full? | Post | February 3, 2012


Chopsticks | Post | December 9, 2011


Life Insurance in China | Post | December 6, 2011


Chinese Brands | Post | November 20, 2011


Oil and China | Post | November 15, 2011


More on the Bear and the Dragon | Post | October 4, 2011


Cars and Planes: China M&A Picking Up | Post | August 11, 2011


More on Pork | Post | July 27, 2011


Pork Prices and Inflation | Post | July 14, 2011


Shanghai’s International Board | Post | June 17, 2011


China’s Equity Markets | Post | June 13, 2011


Pimping Up Your Avatar | Post | February 23, 2011


China’s Manufacturing Prowess | Post | February 2, 2011


Cracking China’s Power Sector | Post | January 12, 2011


Two Industry Models in China | Post | December 16, 2010


Pizza Anyone? | Post | November 29, 2010


China’s Disposable Backhoe | Post | September 5, 2010


More on Construction Equipment | Post | August 30, 2010


The Battle for China’s Construction Machinery Market | Post | August 20, 2010


China’s Need For Energy Saving Technology | Post | July 28, 2010


The Foxconn Suicides | Post | June 11, 2010


Google and China: In or Out? | Post | March 20, 2010


Google and Cyber War with China | Post | January 27, 2010


2009 Asia Business Leader Award | Post | December 1, 2009


How Much Are China’s Railroads Worth? | Post | November 5, 2009


Consolidation in Steel: Still Waiting | Post | October 19, 2009


The NBA in China | Post | October 14, 2009


Danone/Wahaha: The Final Chapter | Post | October 2, 2009


Technology and High Value Added Exports From China | Post | August 6, 2009


China’s Ore War | Post | July 19, 2009


Rio Tinto Scraps Chinalco Deal | Post | June 9, 2009


China as a Sports Market | Post | May 28, 2009


China’s Construction Machinery Industry: Locals Gain Ground (Part II) | Post | May 23, 2009


China’s Construction Machinery Industry: A Benchmark for the Stimulus Program (Part I) | Post | May 3, 2009


Coca-Cola/Huiyuan: Majority Ownership or Anti-monopoly? | Post | April 27, 2009


China Blocks Coke’s Bid for Huiyuan Juice | Post | March 25, 2009


Chinalco and Rio Face Opposition Down Under | Post | March 19, 2009


Targeting China’s Rural Market: Smart Move by Lenovo | Post | March 11, 2009


Consolidation of China’s Steel Industry? Don’t Bet on It! | Post | March 2, 2009


Chinalco and Rio Tinto: A Good Deal for Everyone | Post | February 12, 2009


Chinalco Discusses Raising Its Stake in Rio Tinto | Post | February 4, 2009


Rio Tinto: Time For a Package Deal | Post | December 9, 2008


China Cracks the Aircraft Market | Post | December 5, 2008


Buy Baby Buy | Post | December 1, 2008


Amid Plunging Oil Prices, Beijing Raises Cost of Fuel | Post | October 21, 2008


Why Western Tech Firms Fail in China | Post | August 8, 2008


Think Solar | Post | August 7, 2008


Xugong Saga Ends; “Bright Future” for China’s Equipment Companies | Post | July 28, 2008


China Raises Gasoline and Diesel Prices at the Pump | Post | June 22, 2008


The China Dilemma | Post | May 15, 2008


China in Transition | Post | April 7, 2008


What We Can Learn from Dell | Post | March 26, 2008


Silver Linings in the Cloud of Higher Steel Prices | Post | March 7, 2008


Inflation Update: Baosteel Agrees to a 65% Price Increase for Iron Ore | Post | February 26, 2008


Trickling Down – Chinese Off-Shoring | Post | February 21, 2008


Price of Coal Triples: Spikes 34 Percent in Wake of Weather Disaster in China | Post | February 15, 2008


More on BHP, Rio Tinto and China | Post | February 7, 2008


Chinalco and Alcoa Take Stake in Rio Tinto | Post | February 4, 2008


China’s Fragmented Steel Industry | Post | January 25, 2008


Danone/Wahaha: Learning from Crisis (Part 9) | Post | January 22, 2008


Pragmatic Marketing in the Chinese Online Gaming Sector | Post | January 9, 2008


Danone/Wahaha: Both Parties Agree to Truce (Part 8) | Post | December 27, 2007


Danone/Wahaha: Danone Loses in China Courts (Part 7) | Post | December 13, 2007


Gas Lines in China: “Déjà vu All Over Again” | Post | December 7, 2007


Danone/Wahaha: Divine Intervention (Part 6) | Post | December 5, 2007


Distribution: Specialty Retailers Come to China | Post | November 19, 2007


High Noon For China and Rio Tinto | Post | November 14, 2007


Alibaba: The Race is Over | Post | November 9, 2007


Zara Hits the Sweet Spot | Post | November 2, 2007


PetroChina Tops GE’s Market Cap | Post | October 26, 2007


Mattel: The Aftermath | Post | October 19, 2007


Made (Responsibly?) In China | Post | September 24, 2007


China’s Toy Manufacturers Feel the Aftershock of Recalls | Post | September 21, 2007


Xenophobbia’s Role in the Anti-“Made in China” Dilemma | Post | September 12, 2007


Big Week for China’s Airline Industry | Post | September 10, 2007


Lenovo: Taking a Page from Christensen’s Book | Post | August 21, 2007


China as One Massive “Disruptor” | Post | August 10, 2007


Harry Potter with Chinese Characteristics | Post | August 2, 2007


Danone/Wahaha: Everybody Loses (Part 5) | Post | July 25, 2007


The Dragon Speaks | Post | July 24, 2007


Tit for Tat: China Bans Tainted Meat Products from the U.S. | Post | July 20, 2007


Perhaps the Web is Mightier than Previously Thought | Post | July 16, 2007


Danone/Wahaha: Dispute Resolution in China (Part 4) | Post | July 5, 2007


Chinese Retail Demand on the Middle Class Sweet Spot | Post | July 3, 2007


Danone/Wahaha: Failure to Create a Common Vision (Part 3) | Post | July 2, 2007


The Danger of Low Price at Any Cost | Post | June 29, 2007


Danone/Wahaha: A Breakdown in Mutual Trust (Part 2) | Post | June 29, 2007


Danone/Wahaha: Just the Facts, We Think (Part 1) | Post | June 29, 2007


Democratic Dictatorship of the (non) Proletariat? The business ramifications of a Non Communist Science and Technology Minister | Post | June 23, 2007


We All Scream for Bing Qi Lin – Sounds Funny, but Rings True | Post | June 22, 2007


Pitching to the Dragon | Post | June 21, 2007


Microsoft Utilizing China to Keep Up | Post | June 19, 2007


Web 2.0: Helpless in the Forbidden City | Post | June 18, 2007


 Year of the Golden Pork Shortage | Post | June 9, 2007


‘Feeding’ the Chinese Dragon | Post | June 5, 2007


What’s Next on China’s Shopping List—- the Brooklyn Bridge? | Post | June 3, 2007


Pork Prices Sore; Hogs in Short Supply | Post | June 3, 2007


Distribution: China’s Next Big Opportunity | Post | June 3, 2007