Why does no one like Chinese companies overseas?
China must learn from Japan's earlier failings if it wants to overcome hostility to its overseas investments, says Edwin Lee, a lawyer and overseas investment consultant.
Asian regionalism -- the next steps
To prepare for the next steps in regionalism in the Asia Pacific, we must fully appreciate the historical and strategic context, suggested Allan Gyngell at PECC 2014 in Beijing on 10 September.
PECC comes to Beijing
PECC, the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council, will be coming to Beijing this week for its annual summit. The timing could not be better.
China is climbing the global value chain
China is making good progress climbing the global value chain, according to Yuqing Xing, Professor of Economics at the Tokyo-based National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies.
Chinese dream means learning to manage change
Chinese dream will become reality only if China learns to manage change, argues G. Bin Zhao who examines some of the challenges that stand in the way of this dream.
China's renminbi-isation -- Aiming for economic clout
David Marsh of the OMFIF has shared with us his insights on China's renminbi-isation, in particular how Beijing can emulate US, German investment returns.
Victims of China's soil pollution crisis
Rapid industrialisation has left a legacy of soil pollution that is damaging health and livelihoods in villages across China, writes He Guangwei, a journalist based in China.
China -- the fragile superpower
The US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, which recently took place between the world's superpowers was preceded by a period of great tensions. China remains, however, a very fragile superpower.
Chinese Internet Giants Demonstrate Growing Strength Of Nation
Chinese Internet giants demonstrate the growing strength of the nation, argues G. Bin Zhao.
Seamus Grimes has shared with us his thoughts on China's innovation capacities.
Waste-to-energy plants: A burning issue in China
China’s economic growth during the past 35 years has come with significant environmental, social and health costs that can no longer be ignored, write Asit K. Biswas and Zhang Jingru.
Asian century roller coaster
The Asian century scenario has been on a roller coaster since the outbreak of the global financial crisis in 2007-2008. Which way next?
Limits to China's authoritarian development
The recent slowdown in China's economic growth rate has highlighted the limits in the country's authoritarian growth model. Political change will be necessary for China to exploit its full potential.
Direct conversion between yuan and euro is on the way
Direct conversion between yuan and euro is on the way, argues G. Bin Zhao, who expects steady progress, given lack of geopolitical friction between Europe and China.
Anti-Chinese sentiment on rise in Myanmar
Chinese companies are struggling to come to terms with a new culture of protest in Myanmar, writes Beth Walker, chinadialogue's Culture Editor.
China's key growth industries
Energy, environmental protection, and healthcare are three key growth industries in China, according to Frost & Sullivan.
China's unsustainable water management
China's water management has been on an unsustainable path for decades, argue Cecilia Torta Jada and Asit K.Biswas.
China's frustrated youth
China's youth is experiencing growing frustrations. The government will have to do more to maintain social peace.
China's unbalanced Renminbi policy
The devaluation of the Renminbi these past few months is a backward step in China 's current challenging program to rebalance its economy, and achieve sustainable economic growth.
Beijing's gentle approach to real estate bubble
G. Bin Zhao argues that the Chinese government will adopt a quiet approach to deflating the dangerous real estate bubble, given the huge impact a crash could have on the economy.
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