China’s national broadcaster CCTV shames errant companies on World Consumer Rights Day. A look at some of those who have been in the firing line in the past.
The slowing auto market is reshaping the automobile industry in China.
The government money is there, the producers are capable, so what is stopping electric cars in China from taking off?
By using the principle of opportunity cost, Chinese companies can make better investment decisions.
This week, Heinz recalled infant cereal after authorities found lead contamination; Xiaomi tied up with Ouya; Japanese auto part companies were fined for price fixing; and the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge came to China with Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun taking an ice water shower. In food and auto KFC and McDonalds would tell you how […]
US automobile major Ford is stepping on the gas in China, the world’s largest auto market. Can it catch up with rivals General Motors and Volkswagen? In December 2013, an enormous red dome appeared on the banks of the Huangpu river in Shanghai. Nearly 450 people converged under this dome, and watched spellbound as a […]