Tag: Chinese Investment

China Forms Infrastructure Bank Despite US Opposition

By Lauren Dodillet Representatives from China, India, and 19 other Asian nations gathered in Beijing last Friday to sign a memorandum of understanding to establish the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). China, which proposed the project last year, hopes the...

/ October 30, 2014

China, Russia Sign Pipeline, Currency Exchange Deals

By Lauren Dodillet Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed 38 agreements promoting economic cooperation between the two countries on Monday in Moscow. Two major agreements concerned a natural gas pipeline and a yuan-ruble currency...

/ October 16, 2014

China Invests Heavily in US Real Estate, Energy

By Stephanie Henry US governors are heading to China in increasing numbers to seek potential investors for public and private projects. Since 2009, US governors have led 58 trade missions to China, helping to usher in more than $34 billion...

/ September 3, 2014

When China Goes West

Should American executives be concerned about Chinese competition in the United States? By Joel Backaler How competitive are Chinese companies? Do they really have what it takes to compete with American multinational corporations both at home and in overseas markets?...

/ May 6, 2014

Complying with Foreign Investment Rules

CFIUS reviews will become more common as Chinese companies invest more in the United States, but careful preparation can help companies navigate a complex process.  By Thomas S. Vaughn and Shang Kong  With levels of Chinese FDI in the United...

/ November 25, 2013

State of Investment: How Local US Governments Attract Chinese FDI

Cities and states have pursued Chinese investment with tax breaks and other incentives, but officials say that non-monetary strategies can make or break a deal. By Christina Nelson  When Chinese solar-manufacturer Suntech Power started to look at sites in the...

/ November 6, 2013

How Asian Firms Are Meeting Global Hiring Challenges

As Asian multinationals expand abroad, they are developing employee recruitment and retention strategies in overseas markets to bolster growth. What can Western companies learn from these efforts? By Christina Nelson  Chinese investment abroad is booming. In 2012, Chinese companies invested...

/ September 23, 2013

Deal Traffic Control

Navigating a deal safely home means avoiding political turbulence By Michele Davis and Su-Lin Cheng Nichols It is one of the most intense times for a company: making a significant acquisition means following a strict due diligence program to deal...

/ August 12, 2013

Survey: More View China as World’s Leading Economy

America’s image abroad is more positive than China’s, but a growing number of people believe China will overtake the United States as the top economy By Christina Nelson  The United States remains more popular abroad than China, but a growing...

/ July 18, 2013

The Great Leap Outward

Can Chinese brands be global powers? by William Brent  At the start of 2013, a transition quietly took place that points to a fundamental shift in the global role of Chinese businesses: China invested more overseas on a monthly basis...

/ July 15, 2013