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Haier's Qingdao factory

China's Haier targets US following Russian success

Chinese manufacturing giant Haier is spreading its reach from Asia to Europe and now the US, with ambitions to become a global household name. Michal Kaczmarski reports on its progress.

India woos China for ‘mutual benefit’

India names its fast-growing mobile phone market and low labour costs as two good reasons for Chinese companies to move to India, although China fears such migration could lead to job losses at home. 

FDI flows from China into Russia hit new high in 2015

Chinese FDI into Russia reached a new peak last year, reports Julia Klotzer.

Chinese investment into Africa soars in 2016

China's investment into Africa continues to rise, with a significant increase so far in 2016 on last year's total, reports Simon Curtis.

China's outward direct investment push

Chinese outbound investment is set to hit new heights in 2016 as both M&A and greenfield investment increase at record pace. But if the room for Beijing to increase its footprint in the global market remains big, watchdogs in Western economies are intensifying their scrutiny with regard to transparency issues. Jacopo Dettoni reports. 


China's tech target: domestic dominance leads to global ambition

China's tech companies have thus far largely concentrated on cracking their considerable domestic market. However, led by the likes of Alibaba and Huawei, they are now increasingly looking to expand globally, into both developed and emerging economies.

Chinese provinces of the future 2016-17

Chinese Provinces of the Future 2016/17: the winners

Shanghai province has once again proven its credentials as an investment magnet and dominated fDi’s Chinese Provinces of the Future ranking, with Beijing and Guangdong retaining their respective second and third places. Cathy Mullan examines the results.

Linda Yang

Yingke International partner looks to offer Chinese companies a global guiding hand

Linda Yang of law firm Yingke International explains the thinking behind Chinese investor strategies and why mature markets further afield are beginning to attract a greater share of the country’s investment capital.

China’s energy price far exceeds the US

Cost competitiveness was the bedrock upon which China’s position as a manufacturing powerhouse was built. But as the country seeks to move up the value chain, rising costs ensure it will need to compete on quality and other factors regardless.

China’s rebalancing act

Robert Wihtol, former Asian Development Bank country director for China, explains some of the challenges the country faces in the necessary rebalancing of its economic growth model.

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