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Talking technology

Modernisation of China's telecommunications facilities is cracking ahead now, with the help of systems that are...

An industry in flux

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts has a sizeable presence in China with six hotels dotted around the country. Brian...

A lucrative habit

China is a nation of smokers, with an estimated 400 million Chinese lighting up 1,625 cigarettes a year. But while...

Reading the market

In the first of a series of profiles of Chinese organisations, International Trade Research Institute (ITRI)...

Taking stock

Nothing last year, apart from the booming consumer spending could have demonstrated China's eagerness to...

Focus for the north

Tianjin can boast both rising foreign investment figures and China's largest container terminal, but still the city...

Auto trade comes of age

Western car makers are hailing a new era in automobile sales in China. Increasingly major foreign car firms are...

The year ahead

As western economies face a 1993 of deepening recessions, China can look ahead to a year of flourishing growth. Our...

Capital gains

China's capital city is not only a cultural centre, but also one of the country's major manufacturing bases and a...

The hard sell

These days China has a vast range of commodities of interest to German retailers ? from textiles to titanium frames...

The power province

Shaanxi is home to the largest coal reserves in China, China Northwest Airlines, the Terracotta Warriers and a...

Strait talking

Taiwan is establishing a huge manufacturing base in mainland China to take advantage of the mainland's weak currency...

A bright future looms

Western estimates suggest that 11 per cent of global textile output carries a "Made in China" label. We profile one...

Staying on top

In the first of our monthly series of profiles of China's hotels, we talked to Marie Barrymore at the Jing Guang New...

Burned out

Dalian's government closes a dangerous chemical plant

Carrying the torch

In China, the IPO machine still roars

Grasp the small

Chinese SMEs are short on credit and facing bankruptcy

Second course

In the property market, tightening measures are kicking in

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