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A scrapped IPO offers a raw look at China's rampant overfishing of tuna

China hauls in 12 times more fish that it admits to catching, according to a report by the EU parliament, and regularly exceeds international limits on fishing certain species. 620 more words

Compliance in China for Foreign Businesses - How to Comply & the Problems that Can Arise

Foreign companies trading or operating in China have in the past come to accept that the best and possibly the only way to do business, is through the bending of compliance laws. 100 more words


Panelists Share Mixed Opinions on Hong Kong Protests



Panelists expressed mixed opinions about the success of ongoing protests in Hong Kong at the Institute of Politics on Tuesday evening. 516 more words

China: Tie Liu oldest activist charged under President Xi Jinping's regime -- 81-year-old self publishing his memoirs of Mao Zedong era is silenced

By Douglas Ernst – The Washington Times – Thursday, October 23, 2014

An 81-year-old man faces up to seven years in a Beijing prison for online criticism of the… 605 more words

Tim Cook meets with Chinese vice premier in Beijing following iCloud phishing attack

Two days after evidence emerged of a phishing attack on iCloud, allegedly due to the Chinese government firewall redirecting traffic to a fake login page, the Chinese state news agency  224 more words

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A pocket guide to doing business in China | McKinsey & Company

A pocket guide to doing business in China

McKinsey director Gordon Orr goes behind the trends shaping the world’s second-largest economy to explain what companies must do to operate effectively. 154 more words

China Alert

Hong Kong: Chaos as police again use batons, pepper spray -- New York Times says Beijing is calling the shots

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“There was no fighting back by the protesters at all.”

Protesters shield themselves with umbrellas as police fire pepper spray at the crowd. 1,706 more words