Who are tomorrow's consumers?
Luxury brand companies' stock prices plunged in July, after their financial results disappointed investors, owing largely to slower sales.
Building trust in Africa
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton finished a nine-nation visit to sub-Saharan Africa in early August.Clinton's visit has been interpreted as an attempt to counter China's influence in Africa.
Consumers lose out in price war
It hasn't taken consumers long to realize that the ongoing price-cutting competition by China's top e-retailers is just another gambit in the battle for supremacy.
Is investment-based stimulus needed?
The Chinese government took its foot off the brake earlier in the year in response to the deteriorating external environment facing the nation's economy.
China's healthcare: The case for a joint approach
Over the past decade the speed of development in China has placed the country's infrastructure under increased pressure.
A ruling in Europe gives cheer to China
A recent ruling by the European Court of Justice will be a great fillip for companies exporting goods from countries like China to the European Union.
China's firms bigger but not necessarily better
With 79 companies in the Fortune 500 list for 2012 published last month, China was the second most represented country in the rankings.
Bad news for environment
China's photovoltaic cell industry will take a heavy blow if the European Union imposes punitive tariffs on imports of Chinese solar panels.
Different kind of stimulus
Some local governments' recent announcements of major investment plans have given rise to the concept of a "local stimulus".
Chinese companies can learn from Google
The companies should learn from Google’s staff-benefits policy and guarantee employees’ rights and interests, says an editorial in Guangzhou Daily.
China’s FDI needs fair treatment in the US
The United States is welcoming Foreign Direct Investment to create more jobs and increase its economic competitiveness.
Made in China still strong
Although products made in China account for 19.8 percent of global trade, the highest in the world, China’s manufacturing industry is experiencing difficulties.