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PR in the PRC: Q&A with Dr. Kathy Bloomgarden

Dr. Kathy Bloomgarden is the CEO of Ruder Finn Inc., one…

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‘Financial services is a people business’: Q&A with Wendy Cai-Lee, partner at Oenus Capital

As a partner at Oenus Capital, a real estate debt-and-equity…

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Telecom wars update — Global Times staff are all ZTE tonight!

Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Commerce

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Sorghum wars update — massive food price inflation coming?

Yesterday, we noted that China will require a 178.6…

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Q&A with Lulu C. Wang, a veteran investor who is passionate about giving back

“If you have to use one word to describe me, that is I’m very grateful,” Lulu C. Wang, founder…

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Trade war rumblings: Sorghum and phones in play

Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Commerce banned American companies from selling…

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Education-themed Bollywood film ‘Hindi Medium’ strikes a chord with China’s anxious parents

Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One may be dominating China’s box office at the moment, but Bollywood…

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Anheuser-Busch InBev and the fight for China craft brewing

Illustration by Katie Morton   AB InBev’s purchase of Shanghai’s Boxing Cat Brewery last March was…

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Gay romance ‘Call Me By Your Name’ pulled from Beijing International Film Festival

Chinese fans hoping to see gay romance Call Me By Your Name will be sorely disappointed as last week…

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China’s biggest food delivery app buys China’s biggest on-demand bike service

Dianping.com is a Chinese restaurant review website that was founded in 2003, a year before Yelp was started, and…

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Are China’s drug price controls failing?

Last year, regulators in China began an ambitious program to reduce the cost of drugs in the country: A…

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Petroyuan: China seeks to break dollar dominance in oil trading

China is the country with the highest volume of oil imports, and is one of the…

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Huawei in America and Apple in China

Tariffs are not the only obstacle to Chinese business in the U.S. Huawei, the world’s largest telecoms equipment manufacturer,…

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‘Black Panther’ struggles at Chinese box office, but not because of its ‘blackness’

Left: The official Chinese poster for Black Panther. Right: The U.S. poster.  Black Panther may be the biggest blockbuster in 2018,…

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Alibaba plans dual listing on mainland China stock market

Alibaba is one of the world’s most successful tech companies, and the largest ecommerce company in China. Its market…

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