Would Chinese investment in the U.S. encourage hiring?

Sep 15, 2011
At the World Economic Forum, the premier of China said that opening up American markets to more Chinese investment would create jobs in the U.S.
Posted In: China

Infrastructure projects in China spike, but not for long

Sep 13, 2011
Currently, China is far outpacing the U.S. in building projects like high-speed rail. But its success is largely due to a lack of regulation and public outcry, and that might not always be the case.
Posted In: China

El Cinco machines fired up and pumping out units

Sep 8, 2011
(We call the imminent iPhone 5 "El Cinco" around these parts because it enhances the air of mystery surrounding the product). All Things D reports...
Posted In: apple, China, El Cinco, Foxconn, iPhone, iphone 5, Sprint

Chinese environmental groups blast Apple for toxic waste

Sep 1, 2011
A coalition of Chinese environmental groups issued a 46-page report on Wednesday criticizing Apple for environmental degradation in China resulting...
Posted In: apple, China, Environment

China cracks down on microblogging

Aug 31, 2011
China's state-supported news agency issued an advisory on Tuesday that Internet providers and police do more to crack down on "toxic rumors" on...
Posted In: censorship, China, microblogging

Kung Fu Pandas are the first DreamWorks films to be online in China

Aug 31, 2011
DreamWorks Animation struck a deal with Chinese Internet-video company to distribute Kung Fu Pandas 1&2. Most Chinese who see...
Posted In: censorship, China, movies

China's ties to Gaddafi mean it could lose out in Libya

Aug 30, 2011
China's stake in Libya was threatened when the rebels began fighting against the Gaddafi regime. Now that the transitional government has taken over, Chinese leaders hope to gain back some economic ground in the country.
Posted In: China

Obama might want to get a bootleg copy of this show

Aug 25, 2011
What if you were watching, say Anderson Cooper reporting on the military, and he happened to show, I don't know, a high-ranking official teaching...
Posted In: China, cyberwar, security

China's auto boom

Aug 24, 2011
With nearly 17 million cars sold in China last year, the country has overtaken the U.S. as the world's biggest car-buying market. How will this change China?
Posted In: China

Is debt the kryptonite of America's "superpower" status?

Aug 19, 2011
The U.S. owes $1.5 trillion to China. That indebtedness could mean politically tricky times ahead
Posted In: China