As awareness increases, Chinese consumers are taking to electric vehicles. But just how evolved is the Chinese electric car industry?
As China changes, companies are being forced to adopt China Plus One strategies and look at other countries for manufacturing.
Examining the possible reasons behind the merger of two Chinese train manufacturers, China CNR Corp. and CSR Corp.
The sharing economy has threatened traditional industries in the West in the last few years. Now it’s gaining a foothold in China.
This week, we saw the debut of Alibaba’s bonds, the new China-Australia FTA, and China’s factory output shrank thanks to the APEC conference.
How the growing use of robots in China will impact different sectors of the economy, as well as the country’s robot makers.
Allen Wu, chip designer ARMʼs Greater China President, on how the company is navigating Chinaʼs increasingly treacherous environment for foreign companies.
A look at how Chinese outbound investment in auto is rising and how marquee brands like Volvo Cars and Manganese Bronze now belong to Chinese companies.
The government money is there, the producers are capable, so what is stopping electric cars in China from taking off?
This week, China’s factory activity improved a little even as factory employment figures slumped; Adobe announced its intention to shutter its China R&D center while other MNCs remain upbeat; and the Alibaba share price fell after last week’s spectacular IPO.