Category: China Deals

Ford Increases Stake in China’s Jiangling Motors

On April 16, Ford Motor Co. announced it was raising its stake in China’s Jiangling Motors Corp. Ltd. to 31.5 percent and may increase it to 32 percent over the next year.

/ April 17, 2013

Iceland and China Sign Free-Trade Agreement

On April 14 during a visit five-day visit to China by Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir, Iceland became the first European country to sign a free-trade agreement with China after nearly six years of talks. The deal will lower tariffs on...

/ April 17, 2013

Christie’s Granted License to Operate in China

On April 9, Christie’s obtained a license to practice in China, making it the first international auction house to operate independently in China.

/ April 16, 2013

California and China Agree to Boost Investment

On April 10, California and China signed an agreement to boost trade and investment by setting up a joint task force between California and China’s Ministry of Commerce and six Chinese provinces and regions. California and China have identified infrastructure,...

/ April 16, 2013

Intel to Collaborate with China UnionPay

On April 11, Intel Corp. and China UnionPay Co., Ltd. announced they were collaborating for secure mobile payment in China.

/ April 16, 2013

California and Guangdong Sign Environmental Accord

On April 15, California signed an environmental agreement with Guangdong “to help each achieve its low-carbon development goals.”

/ April 16, 2013

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/ April 16, 2013

China and Tanzania Sign Economic Cooperation Agreements

On March 24, the governments of China and Tanzania signed 16 economic cooperation agreements worth as much as $16 billion.

/ April 16, 2013

China Purchases Jets and Submarines from Russia

On March 25, China signed two contracts to purchase 24 Su-35 fighters and four Lada-class submarines from Russia.

/ April 16, 2013

China and Brazil Sign Currency Trading Deal

On March 26, the governments of China and Brazil signed a deal to trade up to $30 billion of their local currencies.

/ April 16, 2013