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How to hit China where it hurts

The European Union has released a punchy statement about China's continuing abuses at the WTO

Is the Chinese property market cooling?

There are many doubters, but the volume of property sales does seem to be slowing down

They've cracked it!

After years of focusing on the Fortune 500, the Chinese have finally topped the table

Capitalist Roader and Red Dragon funds: Roller coaster

A lot of volatility in the markets since the last update, but the SCI is more or less back where it started

Capitalist Roader and Red Dragon funds: Roller coaster

A lot of volatility in the markets since the last update, but the SCI is more or less back where it started

Crunching the suicide statistics at Foxconn

Are the suicides at Foxconn being exaggerated by the media?

Strategic and Economic Debacle

Team Obama faces the 18-month wall for new China hires

Xinjiang reforms oil & gas taxation

Could the fiscal reforms in Xinjiang have a major impact on oil & gas taxation nationwide?

Some tips for the Shanghai Expo

If you are planning a trip to see the Expo this weekend, don't bother with the Pudong side

Where is Li Ning heading next?

Is the UK the next stop on Li Ning's international expansion plan?

Will there be some big oil & gas joint ventures coming up?

Does the latest directive about the opening up of the state sector herald an oil & gas announcement?

Two more views on the renminbi debate

Singapore calls for the yuan to rise, but the World Bank warns that the US will not benefit

Is the government manipulating the property market?

Ren Zhiqiang, one of China's richest property tycoons, has said the recent fall in prices is just sleight of hand

Negotiating in China: The Tao of Bugs

What negotiators in China can learn from a wascally wabbit

Renminbi debate about to restart

A strong set of trade figures is likely to reignite the debate about the value of the renminbi

Capitalist Roader and Red Dragon funds: Blood in the streets

A predictably grim week for our funds as the European debt crisis and the Dow's volatility hurt global markets

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