Chinese production slowed in November

Dec 1, 2011
China's economy is slowing down, and it isn't just the debt problems in Europe causing the shift.
Posted In: China's Economy, China

China bans primetime TV ads

Nov 29, 2011
The government in China has decided to ban all advertisements on primetime TV in the coming year, leaving foreign companies who have invested millions without an outlet.
Posted In: China, television, advertising

In China, concerns grow over environmental costs of Apple products

Nov 28, 2011
Apple remains tight-lipped as its Chinese suppliers reportedly pollute and break environmental laws. Activists hope that putting pressure on the big brand will impact other Chinese polluters.
Posted In: apple, China, China's Environment, public health

College graduates in China, like the U.S., face high unemployment

Nov 24, 2011
In China, the government is considering phasing out college majors that don't allow students to find work after graduation.
Posted In: unemployment, universities, foreign students, China

China surpasses U.S. to become biggest smartphone market

Nov 23, 2011
China is now the world's largest smartphone market -- but smartphones there aren't quite the same as the ones Americans are used to.
Posted In: China, iPhone, smartphone

Apple stays quiet on environmental concerns in China

Nov 17, 2011
Apple has remained relatively quiet on accusations of unsafe working conditions and environmental concerns in China. But they have hired an outside company to look into the problems.
Posted In: China's Environment, China, apple

Chinese investors: We can't save the world economy

Nov 16, 2011
The Chinese economy is continuing to grow, but venture capitalists in that country are investing less and less with the onset of the global economic crisis.
Posted In: China, venture capitalists

Lagarde speaks in China, warns of a 'lost decade'

Nov 9, 2011
The head of the IMF, Christine Legarde, thinks the world economy is on the verge of a 'lost decade,' and is turning to the Chinese to help prevent it.
Posted In: China

Chinese students, too qualified to be true?

Nov 9, 2011
China has hundreds of agencies that specialize in getting Chinese students into American colleges and universities. But their application materials may be as much fiction as fact. A two-part series.
Posted In: Education, China

Help take a bite out of cybercrime, mate

Nov 2, 2011
Yesterday, the British government challenged China and Russia in how the countries regulate the Internet. The remarks came from the opening speech...
Posted In: China, england, Russia, Tech Report