Archive for October, 2009

Blog Links Are Good (But Ignore The Banner Ads!)

Friday, October 23rd, 2009

Update 26/10/09 – Glad to report that we have fixed the problem described below, and are back to normal. We have gone to great efforts to include many useful links to China information sources on this blog, and we aim to create value for our readers. Sadly, as you may have noticed, our site has […]

Briefly…Top Ten Tweets (From Stimulus, Wind & West China, To FDI, Exports & Probes…)

Friday, October 23rd, 2009

After 2 Very Busy weeks, we are catching up with the news. Lots of interesting things going on, and below is our pick from last week. 1. RT @chinastakes: RMB 4 Trillion Stimulus vs RMB 5 Trillion Debts: Looming Local Government Credit Risk Explosion http://bit.ly/3gg4w6 8:42 AM Oct 17th 2. Can China tech win? RT […]

Event: Opportunities in China’s ICT Stimulus Programme, 13 October, London

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

UKTI / China-Britain Business Council Seminar Opportunities in China’s ICT Stimulus Programme Tuesday 13 October 2009, 10:00 – 12:00 China British Business Council, 1 Warwick Row, London, SW1E 5ER Supported by: UK Trade & Investment and China-Britain Business Council Speakers Jeremy Gordon – Business Specialist, UK Trade & Investment Ting Zhang – CEO, China Business […]

China Greentech Report. Read It!

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

This report, issued for the first time, is an important, and fascinating, piece of work. The National Day holidays provide some useful downtime to read it (and it does run to 164 pages…). Nobody can doubt the importance of the environmental and sustainability agenda in (and for) China. This research lays out the facts, along […]

Briefly…Top Ten Tweets (With Unreliable Stats, ODI & WTO Woes, Output, FDI & Patent Growth, & HSBC to Hong Kong)

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

Here is our news round-up from last week. Keep up to date with the latest news via our Twitter feed (ChinaBlogTweets), which can be seen on the right of the page. 1. Protectionism @caijingonline: China Official: EU Anti-dumping Tariffs Unfair: …http://bit.ly/XR77p; RT @caijingonline: China Official: China Falls Victim to Protectionism: http://bit.ly/2gyXO 2. Stats: Stat attack […]